CMA resumes Fort St. John flights starting April 5th

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C – Central Mountain Air (CMA) resumes Fort St. John flights after being suspended for over t…

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C – Central Mountain Air (CMA) resumes Fort St. John flights after being suspended for over two months.

CMA announced Monday, starting April 5th, CMA will resume weekly roundtrip, non-stop flights between Kamloops and Fort St. John to Prince George respectfully.

The Fort St. John to Prince George flights will continue being twice a week, offering connections from Fort St. John to Edmonton, Kamloops, and Kelowna, says CMA. Resuming the three times weekly service out of Kamloops to Prince George will offer passengers convenient one-stop connections to and from Terrace, Fort St. John, and Fort Nelson.

CMA hopes it can help grow the market with traffic and connectivity to Terrace, Fort St. John, and Fort Nelson.

“Central Mountain Air continues to adapt to the realities of COVID-19,” said Michael Claeren, Central Mountain Air’s Head of Commercial. “We’re working hard to support BC interior and northern communities with sustainable air travel options while adhering to governmental guidelines and COVID-19 protocols to keep everyone safe.”

CMA also added a flight from Prince George to Edmonton. A Kamloops to Vancouver flight will be added Thursday.

The airline originally put flights to Fort Nelson on hold in February, but it resumed a few weeks later.  CMA received support from the government as services to Fort Nelson was deemed an essential service.

 

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