Air travel is an essential service for Canadian connectivity and national unity in a country as geographically sprawled as ours. And yet, the industry is struggling in every way imaginable. It ends up being consumers who bear the brunt of this, forced to deal with unimaginable delays and increasing costs—yet service levels from both the airlines and the government bodies in the sector continue to decline. Despite this, the government is reluctant to invest much money or resources into Canada’s air travel infrastructure. 

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