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Air Canada has announced that the flight crew, not passengers, is greeted as “ladies and gentlemen” instead of the use of the gender-neutral term “people.” The company, the language is changed, it will soon be approved by the gate agents, flight attendants, and pilots.
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The company, which has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for 2019, has received mixed reviews over the announcement on Twitter.
In a statement, Air Canada, go to CTV News, the airline is to be noted that the update was in an effort to “modernize.”
“We will change our notices to the board and to modernize them, and to the removal of specific references to gender,” a media spokesperson for the company said in an e-mail to CTV. “We are working very hard to make sure that all the employees feel like valued members of the Air Canada family, while making sure that our customers will be comfortable and respected when they choose to travel with us.”
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The company, which has been named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for 2019, it has received mixed reviews over the announcement on Twitter.
While many praised it, Air Canada is becoming more and more inclusive, many people have found the change disorienting some passengers.
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Canada currently provides to the citizens, identify as gender neutral, with the help of “Generation X,” on passports. It was the first North American country to a binary gender option year in 2017.
“All Canadians should feel safe to be themselves, to live in accordance with their gender identity and express their gender as they choose,” immigration minister, mr. Ahmed Hussen, said in a statement in march of 2017, of the change.
Air Canada does not immediately respond to a request for comment.