Prince George – Calgary Flights Suspended
(Smithers, BC) Effective October 3rd, Central Mountain Air will be suspending its Prince George – Calgary service.
The route was started partly because of the feedback the airline received about its necessity.
“Unfortunately this service never quite reached our passenger load or revenue growth expectations,” says Central Mountain Air President, Douglas McCrea. “We have decided to make the difficult decision to suspend this service. The last day of regularly scheduled operation for this route will be October 2nd, 2015.”
Flights on select dates after October 3rd may be operated.
Guests who have an existing reservation beyond October 2nd, not falling on a select date, will be provided a full refund.
“Prince George and Calgary continue to be very important destinations to Central Mountain Air’s operations, and we will continue to provide air service through our existing routes to both of those communities.”
Established in 1987, Central Mountain Air Ltd. is a western Canadian privately owned and operated company offering scheduled and charter flights to over 17 British Columbia and Alberta communities, with a focus on providing service on the lesser served routings within the Provinces. Central Mountain Air’s associate companies are Hawkair (hawkair.ca) and Northern Thunderbird Air (ntair.ca).
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