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Central Mountain Air flights resume July 6

Central Mountain Air will resume commercial flights to Fort St. John starting July 6. The airline says its initial return to schedule service will run through Aug. 8, with flights to Kamloops, Kelowna, and Prince George.
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A Central Mountain Air plane being fuelled at the North Peace Regional Airport.

Central Mountain Air will resume commercial flights to Fort St. John starting July 6.

The airline says its initial return to schedule service will run through Aug. 8, with flights to Kamloops, Kelowna, and Prince George. Flights will be based on demand, public health guidelines, and government travel regulations, the airline said.

“Over the coming months, our schedule will responsibly and gradually return, as we continue to navigate our way through these unprecedented times” the company said in an update posted to its website. 

“We look forward to providing travel and cargo operations that are essential and will enable re-opening of our economy, as well as connect you to friends and loved ones.”

The airline suspended commercial flights April 11. Cargo to Fort St. John, Prince George, Kamloops, and Terrace continues, as do charter flights.

Click here for the flight schedule.

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