Air Canada's chief executive is calling on the federal government to eliminate the mandatory hotel quarantine and implement a reopening plan that will allow international travel to and from Canada.
Michael Rousseau, Air Canada's chief executive officer, urged Ottawa to act and introduce a reopening plan, "because air transport is a central pillar in the nation's infrastructure."
"It is time to develop and communicate a reopening plan for international travel to and from Canada. After 14 months of restrictions, Canadians who we know are eager to travel want and deserve clear guidelines," Rousseau told analysts on a conference call on Friday following the release of first-quarter results.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 07 May 2021 - 02:44 PM.