The resumption of 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. A weekly Kamloops to Vancouver flight will be added on Thursdays as well.
Fort St. John to Prince George two times weekly will offer passengers one-stop connections from Fort St. John to Edmonton, Kamloops, and Kelowna.
Central Mountain has also added an additional Prince George to Edmonton flight weekly. With growing traffic and convenient connectivity to Terrace, Fort St John, and Fort Nelson we hope to see this market continue to grow.
“Central Mountain Air continues to adapt to the realities of COVID-19,” said Michael Claeren, Central Mountain Air’s Head of Commercial, in a news release. “We’re working hard to support B.C. interior and northern communities with sustainable air travel options while adhering to governmental guidelines and COVID-19 protocols to keep everyone safe.”
Bob Cummings, CEO of Central Mountain Air, also added that he would like to acknowledge these communities and airports significant efforts to support our partnership during this uncertain and stressful period.
All stakeholder groups are supporting the restoration of key connectivity that enables essential travel options for mining, construction and related activity as well as critical medical purpose and other travel,” he said. “Central Mountain Air has the largest independent regionally suited fleet to serve British Columbia and Alberta. By the end of June, Central Mountain Air will have 28 aircraft (Beechcraft 1900Ds; Dornier 328-100s; De Havilland Dash 8 – 100s and 300s) to support much needed economic recovery. Central Mountain Air is ready to step up to support individuals, communities, and companies regional travel needs when government guidance indicates it is the right time. Our employees are eager to contribute building the economy back up after the severe hardship so many of us have experienced.”