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Central Mountain Air suspends flights between Prince George, Fort Nelson, and Kamloops

Today, Central Mountain Air (CMA) announced it will suspend service on three regional routes. The routes will be suspended from February 3, 2021, to at least April 5, 2021. This action by CMA follows their decision earlier this month to suspended service from Prince George to Fort St. John as the company continues to deal with the crushing economic impact of the pandemic. No other airline operates these affected routes.

“Devastating declines in travel and extended provincial health advisories against non-essential travel have necessitated a significant scaling back of our scheduled operations for the foreseeable future,” said Bob Cummings, Central Mountain Air’s CEO, in a news release. “The federal government has been promising for almost a year that help is on the way to support these essential air services, but no such support has been received or clearly outlined. Our customers and the communities we serve are bearing the brunt of this inaction. In addition to supporting the local economies with the transport of essential workers, our airline and its dedicated staff fly customers to medical treatments and transport medical supplies, mail, and other vital cargo.

Route Changes Between


Fort Nelson / Prince George

Suspended February 3 to earliest May 3

Kamloops / Prince George

Suspended February 3 to earliest April 5

Edmonton* / High Level

Suspended February 3 to earliest May 3

Vancouver / Kamloops

Starts April 5, 2x weekly

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