Air Miles recently announced they've recanted their expiration policy. But if you were among those who spent all your miles in a hurry, you're not alone—and the legal battle isn't necessarily over.
If you’re bumped from your flight in Europe, you could get compensated in cash, put up in a hotel or even get a full refund. If you get bumped in Canada, you’re not guaranteed any of that.
Canadian air-transport authorities have finally published guidelines for Canadians flying domestically with medical marijuana—but it’s not an easy process.
Air Miles changed its policy five years ago, leaving collectors scrambling to use their hard-won points before they disappear come January 2017. Here's everything you need to know before that happens.
The law requiring all Canadian citizens to carry a valid Canadian passport when travelling by air has been delayed until November 11, 2016.
Air Transat has stopped offering gluten-intolerant, halal and other special meals on their transatlantic flights. Here’s how the trend began in the first place, and where airlines might go from here.
Starting November 11, all Canadian citizens must carry a valid Canadian passport when travelling internationally by air. Dual citizens, take note.
It’s been more than 25 years since Air Canada went from state- to private-owned. Now it’s they’re talking about privatizing airports. Should travellers worry?
When two Air Transat pilots were suspended for allegedly being drunk moments before flying from Glasgow to Toronto, passengers were delayed by almost an entire day. If that ever happens to you in Canada, here's what you can do.
Why, when and how to travel in a post-EU Britain.