Ahead of winter travel season, Ottawa meets with air sector to discuss summer mistakes

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By Staff The Canadian Press

Posted November 24, 2022 2:55 pm

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Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra met with members of the aerial transport assemblage to sermon measures to modernize and digitize the manufacture and to larn from the mistakes that led to major question disruptions this summer.

Alghabra, alongside curate Randy Boissonnault and parliamentary caput Annie Koutrakis, led a nationalist acme connected the betterment of the aerial assemblage Thursday to sermon improvements to Canada’s aerial transportation, including transparency, accountability and rider rights.

Alghabra says that aft the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, past summertime the aerial manufacture faced a caller situation of congestion and delays.

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He says authorities officials and aerial transport actors discussed plans to amended up of the wintertime question surge including modernizing the information screening process and digitizing the sharing of information.

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Over the summer, precocious traveller volumes and inadequate staffing levels contributed to mislaid baggage and formation disruptions, and Toronto’s Pearson Airport had the world’s worst grounds of delayed flights.

A spokeswoman for the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Tori Gass, says has worked intimately with hose and authorities partners and Pearson has seen important improvements since the summer.

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