Air Canada to Stop Service from Yellowknife to Edmonton and Calgary

YahooNews reports that Air Canada revealed in an email Wednesday that it will no longer fly direct from Yellowknife to Edmonton as of 01OCT. Starting 01NOV, it says the airline will no longer fly direct from Yellowknife to Calgary.

The airline characterized the changes as "seasonal" and "temporary" changes to its fall/winter schedule to "build resiliency into the overall schedule," but did not say when the direct flights would return.

Meanwhile, Canadian North continues to offer daily flights between Yellowknife and Edmonton. WestJet will increase its flights between Yellowknife and Calgary from six days a week to daily starting 31OCT.

You may also like
Mount Fuji, Japan
TTC Tour Brands' Japan Tours Selling Out as Country Announces Reopening
Following the announcement that Japan will reopen on 11OCT for visa-free, FIT travel, TTC tour brands say bookings for Japan itineraries ...
ACTA to Feds: Don't Re-instate Travel Restrictions Even if COVID Cases Rise this Fall/Winter
Despite news that Ottawa is dropping travel restrictions, ACTA fears they may be reinstated if COVID case numbers rise in the ...
Holland America Line Koningsdam at Canada Place
Holland America Line Provides Guests with New Health Protocol Search Tool and Updated VeriFLY
Holland America Line is making it easier for passengers to find out what protocols are required for their cruise with two ...
Minister of Health, Jean-Yves Duclos (left) and Minister of Transport, Omar Alghabra (right).
Ottawa Drops ALL Travel-Related Restrictions Effective 01OCT
The federal government is lifting all remaining travel restrictions for border entry, plane, train and cruise ship travel in Canada, including ...
Hurricane Fiona on 22SEP. Photo courtesy of NASA.
Airline Advisories in Atlantic Canada for Hurricane Fiona: "A Generational Storm"
Canada's airlines are preparing for the strongest storm ever in Canada as Fiona is expected to hit Nova Scotia late 23SEP ...

Leave a Reply