AC.TO - Air Canada

Toronto - Toronto Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
45.26
-0.28 (-0.61%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close45.54
Open45.56
Bid45.20 x N/A
Ask45.47 x N/A
Day's Range45.18 - 45.97
52 Week Range22.57 - 47.43
Volume1,218,495
Avg. Volume1,280,508
Market Cap12.253B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.31
PE Ratio (TTM)10.80
EPS (TTM)4.19
Earnings DateOct. 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est53.89
  • Boeing MAX Return Timeline Extended by Air Canada
    Market Realist

    Boeing MAX Return Timeline Extended by Air Canada

    Doubt over Boeing's 737 MAX returning to service in early January is growing. Air Canada has removed all MAXs from its flying schedule until February 14.

  • Air Canada President and Chief Executive Calin Rovinescu Named Strategist of the Year and One of Canada's Top CEOs of the Year by Globe and Mail's Report on Business
    CNW Group

    Air Canada President and Chief Executive Calin Rovinescu Named Strategist of the Year and One of Canada's Top CEOs of the Year by Globe and Mail's Report on Business

    MONTREAL, Oct. 16, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada President and Chief Executive Officer Calin Rovinescu has been recognized as Strategist of the Year, as well as being named one of Canada's top leaders of 2019 representing the best of corporate leadership, innovation, vision and responsibility by the Globe and Mail's Report on Business. The Strategist of the Year is awarded by the Globe and Mail's Report of Business team to a CEO whose bold decisions have materially changed and improved the strategic position of his or her business. "Calin's undisputable record in successfully transforming Air Canada into a sustainable, global aviation industry leader has been a result of his strategic leadership and courage to make innovative decisions that keeps the best interest of all stakeholders including investors, employees and customers at the forefront for long term, sustainable success.

  • CNW Group

    Air Canada Updates Schedule Through to February 14, 2020 in Response to Ongoing Grounding of Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

    MONTREAL, Oct. 16, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada said today that it has now removed the Boeing 737 Max from its flying schedule until February 14, 2020. "Today we are extending to February 14, 2020 the removal of the Boeing 737 Max from our operating schedule. The extension will give us scheduling predictability through the implementation of the first phase of our new reservation system and the required stability as we prepare the second phase of the system roll-out, introducing it into the airport environment," said Lucie Guillemette, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer at Air Canada.

  • Does Air Canada's (TSE:AC) CEO Pay Reflect Performance?
    Simply Wall St.

    Does Air Canada's (TSE:AC) CEO Pay Reflect Performance?

    Calin Rovinescu became the CEO of Air Canada (TSE:AC) in 2009. First, this article will compare CEO compensation with...

  • Why Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Has Significant Upside Potential
    The Motley Fool

    Why Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Has Significant Upside Potential

    Is there more steam left for Air Canada (TSX:AC)(TSX:AC.B) investors after its stupendous run since October 2014?

  • 3 Dangerous Stocks to Sell Immediately — Before the Market Crashes
    The Motley Fool

    3 Dangerous Stocks to Sell Immediately — Before the Market Crashes

    If you own Shopify Inc. (TSX:SHOP)(NYSE:SHOP), Constellation Software Inc. (TSX:CSU), or Air Canada (TSX:AC), now is the time to sell.

  • CNW Group

    Media Advisory - Air Canada to Present Third Quarter 2019 Results

    MONTREAL , Oct. 10, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Calin Rovinescu, Air Canada President and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Rousseau , Deputy Chief Executive Office and Chief Financial Officer, and Lucie Guillemette ...

  • 4ocean's First Canadian Community Shoreline Cleanup Powered by Air Canada Collect More Than 3,200 Pieces of Ocean Polluting Items
    CNW Group

    4ocean's First Canadian Community Shoreline Cleanup Powered by Air Canada Collect More Than 3,200 Pieces of Ocean Polluting Items

    MONTREAL, Sept. 25, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - More than 345 volunteers including Air Canada employees took part in the first Air Canada-sponsored public cleanup in Canada on Sept. 22 at British Columbia's Garry Point Park. Air Canada's environment commitments include reducing its use of single-use plastics and as part of a multi-pronged strategy, we have partnered with 4ocean, an organization which seeks to reduce plastic and trash pollution in oceans around the world," said Teresa Ehman, Senior Director, Environmental Affairs at Air Canada. Air Canada has made sustainability central to its decision-making and business processes and has developed detailed strategies for its environment responsibilities.

  • Air Canada Fan Flight Returns for 2019/2020 NHL Season
    CNW Group

    Air Canada Fan Flight Returns for 2019/2020 NHL Season

    MONTREAL, Oct. 2, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - As the puck drops on another NHL season and fans from coast to coast cheer for their favourite teams, Air Canada today announced the return of Fan Flight (#ACFanFlight) – a season-long program that rewards deserving fans with a VIP game experience, including the opportunity to see their team play either at home or on the road. It also recognizes deserving young sports fans, nominated by the Air Canada Foundation, who are making their mark in their communities, giving such Mark Makers the unforgettable experience of watching their favourite team play at home and away games. "As Canada's flag carrier, official airline of all seven Canadian NHL teams and proud partner of Canada's sole NBA franchise, the Toronto Raptors, Air Canada takes enormous pride in supporting our country's teams," says Andrew Shibata, Managing Director, Brand at Air Canada.

  • CNW Group

    Air Canada Honours Trailblazing Captain Judy Cameron With Scholarship For Young Women Pursuing Careers In Aviation

    MONTREAL, Sept. 30, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada on Saturday announced that it will establish the Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship in honour of the airline's first female pilot with the goal of helping the next generation of women follow in her trailblazing footsteps. The scholarship was announced at last night's Elsie MacGill Award Gala in Toronto, the national award program of the Northern Lights Aero Foundation which recognizes and celebrates the achievements of accomplished women in aviation and aerospace. "We are thrilled to establish the Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship as a tribute to Judy's pioneering leadership and her tremendous professional achievements which are incredibly inspiring to all women in aviation.

  • Air Canada (TSX:AC): How Long Will the Growth Story Last?
    The Motley Fool

    Air Canada (TSX:AC): How Long Will the Growth Story Last?

    Air Canada (TSX:AC) has performed well year to date, but there are several reasons to think the airline company doesn’t have too much left in the tank.

  • Build a $1,000,000 RRSP Starting in Your 40s
    The Motley Fool

    Build a $1,000,000 RRSP Starting in Your 40s

    Building a million dollar RRSP might be difficult, but it’s not impossible even if you start at 40. Play it smart and invest in stocks like Air Canada (TSX:AC).

  • Revealed: Top 3 Stocks of the 2019 TSX 30 Top Performers List!
    The Motley Fool

    Revealed: Top 3 Stocks of the 2019 TSX 30 Top Performers List!

    Air Canada (TSX:AC)(TSX:AC.B) and two other buyable stocks that cracked this year's TSX30 top performers list.

  • CNW Group

    Air Canada Featured in Inaugural TSX30 List Recognizing Canada's Top Performing Stocks

    MONTREAL, Sept. 26, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada's consistently strong share price performance has been recognized in the inaugural TSX30, a new program highlighting top performing stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange over a three-year period. Since beginning its transformation in April 2009, Air Canada's shares have appreciated by more than 5,400 per cent. "Air Canada's inclusion in the inaugural TSX30 is a welcome recognition of the value we have created for shareholders through the ongoing transformation of our company.

  • CNW Group

    Toronto Stock Exchange Introduces the TSX30

    Canada's premier equities marketplace launches new program to showcase top performing companies, TSX to host market open ceremony September 27 TORONTO , Sept. 26, 2019 /CNW/ - Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) ...

  • Is Now An Opportune Moment To Examine Air Canada (TSE:AC)?
    Simply Wall St.

    Is Now An Opportune Moment To Examine Air Canada (TSE:AC)?

    Air Canada (TSE:AC), which is in the airlines business, and is based in Canada, saw significant share price movement...

  • Air Canada Named Best Family-Friendly Airline in North America and Best Family-Friendly Frequent-Flyer Program at the Wherever Awards
    CNW Group

    Air Canada Named Best Family-Friendly Airline in North America and Best Family-Friendly Frequent-Flyer Program at the Wherever Awards

    MONTREAL , Sept. 24, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada was named Best Family-Friendly Airline in North America , as well as Best Family-Friendly Frequent-Flyer Program at the 2019 Wherever Awards, an international ...

  • Air Canada made 12-year-old athlete remove hijab, civil rights group says
    The Canadian Press

    Air Canada made 12-year-old athlete remove hijab, civil rights group says

    MONTREAL — Air Canada employees forced a 12-year-old member of the U.S. national junior squash team to remove her hijab at the San Francisco airport last month, a Muslim civil rights group says.Fatima Abdelrahman was waiting in line to board her flight to Toronto on Aug. 1 when an Air Canada agent approached her and demanded she remove the religious head covering, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations.Fatima, who was with her team en route to an international tournament, explained to the agent that she chooses to wear a hijab as part of her faith. She requested a private screening area with the "exclusive presence of female Air Canada agents," but employees refused and escorted her to a nearby tunnel where she had to remove her hijab publicly, according to a letter of complaint from the council Friday."This experience not only went against Ms. Fatima’s reasonable request to be able to adhere to her religious beliefs but also left her feeling angry and humiliated," council legal co-ordinator Ammad Rafiqi said in the letter, citing the agents' "flippant and callous attitude."The incident violated Fatima's right to privacy and equal access, he said.Fatima's older sister complained about the encounter on Twitter the same day. Air Canada responded in less than 30 minutes, tweeting it was "sorry to hear" about the situation and asking for the passenger's booking details in order to follow up.The council's San Francisco Bay Area office said the airline's response failed to acknowledge the emotional distress and "discriminatory" nature of its actions, and demanded monetary damages and a formal apology for Fatima as well as cultural competency training for all employees.After the incident the airline updated its boarding procedures to establish that identity screenings do not require removal of head coverings and that identity verification be done in a private space, the council said in the letter.Air Canada did not immediately respond to questions from The Canadian Press.The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), which was not involved in the incident, has said passengers can keep their head coverings on during the screening process."CATSA knows that there can be sensitive situations when screening head coverings worn for religious or medical reasons," the Crown corporation said in an email."As noted on our website, any head covering worn through the walk-through metal detector that causes an alarm to sound will require additional screening. If a physical search is required, it may be conducted in a private search room at the passenger's request." This report by The Canadian Press was first published on Sept. 23, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:AC)Christopher Reynolds, The Canadian Press

  • Why WestJet (TSX:WJA) Stock Rose 0% in August
    The Motley Fool

    Why WestJet (TSX:WJA) Stock Rose 0% in August

    WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA) stock has traded sideways for weeks, and if you don't know why, make sure to catch up on the latest news today.

  • Public Invited to Join in 4ocean Canadian Shoreline Clean-up Powered by Air Canada and Say #bonvoyageplastic
    CNW Group

    Public Invited to Join in 4ocean Canadian Shoreline Clean-up Powered by Air Canada and Say #bonvoyageplastic

    VANCOUVER, Sept. 19, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Earlier this year, Air Canada announced a partnership with environmental organization 4ocean, a company dedicated to actively removing waste plastics and trash from the ocean and coastlines while inspiring individuals to work together for a cleaner ocean. Following the success of the July 2019 inaugural 4ocean cleanup event powered by Air Canada in Florida, the first Canadian Community Shoreline Cleanup event takes place Sept. 22. Join 4ocean for a Community Shoreline Cleanup powered by Air Canada on their first Canadian beach clean-up event.  This is a free event for the whole family, so all ages are welcome!

  • Why Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Remained Flat in August
    The Motley Fool

    Why Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Remained Flat in August

    Air Canada (TSX:AC)(TSX:AC.B) stock has soared this year, returning 73%. But the stock stalled in August. What happened?

  • Air Canada To Begin Year-Round Flights From Montreal to Bogotá, Colombia
    CNW Group

    Air Canada To Begin Year-Round Flights From Montreal to Bogotá, Colombia

    MONTREAL, Sept. 18, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada today announced the introduction of new year-round service between Montreal and Bogotá, Colombia beginning June 2, 2020. Flights will operate three times weekly onboard Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767-300ER aircraft offering a choice of premium and economy service. "We are very pleased to offer the only non-stop, year-round flights connecting Montreal and Bogotá, two vibrant cities steeped in history and culture.

  • Lone 737 MAX criss-crossed Canada for pilot checks during grounding
    Reuters

    Lone 737 MAX criss-crossed Canada for pilot checks during grounding

    MONTREAL/PARIS (Reuters) - While the world's Boeing 737 MAX fleet remains grounded after two fatal crashes, a solitary Air Canada plane has been spotted in the skies, shuttling between Quebec and Ontario. In a rare exemption, approved by Canadian aviation regulator Transport Canada, the 11 flights in August and September were partly to maintain the qualifications of senior training pilots, Air Canada told Reuters in response to a query about flight tracking data. A spokesman for Air Canada said the airline was not able to use similar 737s within its fleet "to maintain check pilot authority in alignment with (Canadian aviation regulations)".

  • Should You Buy Air Canada (TSX:AC) Right Now?
    The Motley Fool

    Should You Buy Air Canada (TSX:AC) Right Now?

    Air Canada (TSX:AC)(TSX:AC.B) continues to post record-breaking results, but is the stock for every portfolio?