Air Canada and WestJet said the Canadian airline market has been insulated from the US economic slowdown that this week drove Delta Air Lines and United Airlines to announce domestic capacity cuts (ATWOnline, March 19). "I've been waiting for the Canadian economy and the Canadian traffic to slow down," AC President and CEO Montie Brewer said at a Toronto conference. Domestic demand is "still at a very healthy rate relative to the US guys," he said. "Thus far, we've not seen any dramatic ...

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