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CMA resumes flights from Fort St. John

Central Mountain Air says it will resume service between Fort St. John and Prince George later this month. The airline says it will operate two weekly roundtrips between the two cities on Mondays and Thursdays starting Nov.
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A Central Mountain Air Dornier 328 aircraft at North Peace Regional Airport.

Central Mountain Air says it will resume service between Fort St. John and Prince George later this month.

The airline says it will operate two weekly roundtrips between the two cities on Mondays and Thursdays starting Nov. 16, and using Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.

“Central Mountain Air continues to adapt to the realities of COVID-19,” CMA CEO Bob Cummings said in a release. “We’re working hard to support BC interior and northern communities with sustainable air travel options while adhering to governmental COVID-19 protocols to keep everyone safe.” 

The resumption of service will also include one-stop connections from Fort St. John to Edmonton, Kamloops, and Kelowna on Mondays and Thursdays, the airline said.

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