CANAERO

AcronymDefinition
CANAEROCamara Nacional de Aerotransportes (Spanish)
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Canaero and Terra were two of the five companies later invited to
When Canaero discovered what O'Malley and Zarzycki had done,
The legislation under which Canaero incorporated in 1948 had no
Canaero's parent company for travel expenditures over $100 and had
were employees and, accordingly, not liable to Canaero. The Ontario
The Supreme Court distinguished the Canaero case thus:
their fiduciary duty to Canaero. The Court said, "there is no doubt
Moreover, these managers had taken advantage of Canaero. The Court
not been at Canaero. The details of the Guyana operation he learned at
Canaero through his numerous visits to the country contributed to the
Canaero president Juan Steta said that a last-minute change in the time would prevent national and foreign airlines from coordinating flights through Mexican airports, and from publishing accurate timetables with sufficient advance notice.
Communications and Transportation Secretary Pedro Cerisola convened a meeting between executives of some of the airport-management units and members of CANAERO. As a result of the meeting, the Grupo Aeropuertario Centro-Norte (OMA) agreed to reduce fees by 15%.