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Air Canada weighs order cancellations, blames travel restrictions, after second-quarter loss

31 Jul 2020

Air Canada said on Friday it would weigh possible cancellations of aircraft orders from Boeing and Airbus after COVID-19 crippled air travel and pushed the carrier into a second-quarter loss.

European air executives, airlines, urge Canada to safely restore travel

29 Jul 2020

MONTREAL European airline and airport executives urged the Canadian government this week to allow a safe "restoration of travel" between Canada and Europe, adding industry pressure on Ottawa to remove coronavirus-related restrictions that have discouraged international air travel.

European air executives press Canada for safe return of travel

29 Jul 2020

MONTREAL, July 29 European airline and airport executives this week urged the Canadian government to allow a safe "restoration of travel" between Canada and Europe, increasing industry pressure on Ottawa to remove coronavirus-related restrictions that have discouraged international air travel.

Vacation trips, easing of travel rules fuel hopes of business jet rebound

26 Jul 2020

MONTREAL A pick-up in leisure trips and easing European travel restrictions are driving demand for business jet flights this summer, fueling cautious hopes for a rebound in an industry hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, executives and forecasters said.

Cirque du Soleil reaches purchase deal with secured lenders

16 Jul 2020

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group said on Thursday it reached a new purchase agreement with its secured lenders, in a move that would help kick-start the bidding process for the financially strapped circus troupe.

Floored by COVID-19, Cirque du Soleil eyes return to the high-wire

16 Jul 2020

MONTREAL/HANGZHOU, China As the coronavirus pandemic ripped around the globe, Cirque du Soleil, a circus troupe formed by Quebec street performers that become a global powerhouse, saw most of its operations grind to a halt in barely 48 hours. | Video

Cirque du Soleil accepts recapitalization offer from creditors

16 Jul 2020

July 16 Cirque du Soleil accepted a recapitalization offer from its creditors on Thursday, after an earlier deal with shareholders including TPG Capital and Fosun International Ltd was dismissed by lenders.

RPT-FEATURE-Floored by COVID-19, Cirque du Soleil eyes return to the high-wire

16 Jul 2020

MONTREAL/HANGZHOU, China, July 16 As the coronavirus pandemic ripped around the globe, Cirque du Soleil, a circus troupe formed by Quebec street performers that become a global powerhouse, saw most of its operations grind to a halt in barely 48 hours.

FEATURE-Floored by COVID-19, Cirque du Soleil eyes return to the high-wire

16 Jul 2020

MONTREAL/HANGZHOU, China, July 16 As the coronavirus pandemic ripped around the globe, Cirque du Soleil, a circus troupe formed by Quebec street performers that become a global powerhouse, saw most of its operations grind to a halt in barely 48 hours.

As Canada nears zero COVID-19 deaths, officials fear reopening spike, U.S. risk

15 Jul 2020

OTTAWA/MONTREAL Canada's efforts to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases have put the country on the cusp of zero deaths from COVID-19 for the first time since March, but officials see worrying signs of a new spike as provinces lift restrictions.

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