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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Central Mountain Air is temporarily be reducing flight capacity from January 18th to February 20th.
The airline made the announcement through its social media channels on Wednesday, stating it is due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in Alberta and B.C.
There will be some regularly scheduled flights that will not be available during this time frame, CMA said.
CMA has yet to respond to multiple emails and calls inquiring about which flights will be paused.
CMA website shows that flights are still available between Fort St. John and Edmonton, and Fort St. John and Prince George over the next two months.
The same goes for flights between Prince George and Fort Nelson.
The airline suggests residents use the flight search tool on its website to see the most accurate representation of available dates and flights.
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