July 3, 2021 – Air Canada wants $2.5 million passenger refund DOT fine dropped

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Air Canada wants $2.5 million passenger refund DOT fine dropped

 

DECISIONS

  • Stay of proceeding – Leblanc c. Air Transat AT inc., 2021 QCCQ 4725
    Stay of proceeding – Béland c. Compagnie Transat, 2021 QCCQ 4458
    Claim for refund of plane tickets cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic – Defendant sought stay of proceeding pending decision in ongoing class actions in Quebec and British Columbia raising same issues – Plaintiff made no representation on the request for stay – Court found actions similar in context, remedies sought and legal issues – lack of evidence that stay would seriously prejudice Plaintiff – stay granted

 

CIRB DECISIONS

  • Certification Envoy Air Inc. Order No. 11611-U

    International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers – all employees of Envoy Air Inc. performing customer service at the Vancouver International Airport, Vancouver, British Columbia, excluding the compliance coordinator, supervisors and those above the rank of supervisor

  • Certification – Voyageur Aviation Corp. Order No. 11616-U

    International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers – all employees of Voyageur Aviation Corp. in its Voyageur Aerotech Division engaged in heavy maintenance and shop functions, excluding office and administrative staff, managers and those above the rank of manager

  • Certification – Executive Aviation Fuels Ltd.Order No. 11617-U

    Teamsters – all employees of Executive Aviation Fuels Ltd. working at the Saskatoon International Airport in the province of Saskatchewan, excluding customer service representatives, trainers, administrative positions, human resource generalists, ramp coordinators, customer service coordinators, supervisors, managers and those above the rank of manager

  • Bargaining Certificate Revision – Bradley Air Services Limited carrying on business as Canadian NorthOrder No. 11618-U

    Unifor – inclusion of crew schedulers employed in the operation control centre – all employees employed in the Commercial Operations (Airport and Cargo Operations) division and the customer contact centre and crew schedulers employed in the operation control centre of Bradley Air Services Limited carrying on business as Canadian North, excluding departmental administrative and support staff, instructors, duty managers, supervisors and those above

  • Revocation of Certification – Canadian Helicopters LimitedOrder No. 11619-U

    COPE – all supervisory employees, including pilot managers and supervisory base AMEs/AME managers employed by Canadian Helicopters Limited in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division, excluding the Director of Flight Operations, Assistant Chief Pilot (EMS), Manager System Safety (EMS), Assistant Chief Engineer, HUMS Manager and those above

  • Certification – Pascan Aviation Inc.Order No. 11620-U

    Regional Union of Quebec Airlines (CUPE) – all employees within the meaning of the Canada Labour Code working as flight attendants for Pascan Aviation Inc.

 

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