IATA Says It Is Deeply Disappointed With Canadian Gov’ts Inaction On Airline Support
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December 7, 2020 - by Anna Kroupina for www.openjaw.com
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says it is "deeply disappointed and frustrated" the Canadian government has failed to provide concrete support measures for Canada's air transport sector in its Fall Economic Statement, announced Monday by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland.
"The government has been stating for months that it is working on a vital support package for Canada's airlines," said Peter Cerdá, IATA's Regional Vice President, The Americas.
"It has failed to deliver thus far. Other governments see the need for financial support as an investment in economic recovery and have supported the industry with US$173 billion.
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