Potential Air Canada Strike Print E-mail

UPDATE: The Air Canada webwise has stated that there will be no disruption of service and Air Canada’s full schedule remains unchanged. For details and updates, please click here.

{March 8, 2012} Air Canada has announced that their mechanics, baggage handlers and cargo agents may proceed with strike action as early as Monday March 12, 2012.  On the Air Canada website, the airline states that "should a settlement not be reached and job action commence, the airline will endeavour to minimize inconvenience to its customers." 

The website also says that in the meantime, Air Canada continues to operate its normal schedule without disruption.Air Canada has posted a notice for consumers on their website that includes more details. Please visit that page by clicking here.

They suggest that due to the expected high volume of calls through their call centres, that customers consult the Air Canada website,  which will continue to be updated with the latest information for customers.


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