The company’s statement also included among the problems the delays at this nation’s airports.
The airline’s chief executive officer, Michael Rousseau, said that unfortunately, things are not business as usual in our industry globally, and this affects operations and ability to serve with the levels of care.
The airline will practice significant reductions in its summer itineraries to reduce the volume and flow of passengers to a level where they believe the airport system can cope, he said.
He specified that the Covid-19 pandemic brought the air travel world to a standstill in the early 2020s, and now global travel is rebounding and people are flying again at rates never before seen in the industry.
However, that wave of travelers is causing unprecedented pressures for the aviation system, he explained.
The announcement comes hours after Canadian Transport Minister Omar Alghabra denounced unacceptable delays at airports.