News from Travel Technology Update: Air Canada suspended activity related to the implementation of a new reservations system under development with ITA Software. The carrier recorded a second-quarter impairment charge of C$67 million (US$61.9 million) related to the development of the system, dubbed Polaris. Mike Russo, Air Canada's chief financial officer, said the decision came after several months of reviewing all ongoing and planned capital expenditures. "We had projected close to $40 ...

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