Nowadays everyone takes flights, even the people, who are afraid of planes, still fly because it is the safest and fastest way to travel.
The Air Canada just announced that it has canceled direct flights between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, and Winnipeg and Saskatoon.
“We review all of our routes on a regular basis, and our scheduling decisions are commercially based,” said a spokesperson for Air Canada.
The airline will also reduce from two flights a day to only one for the Winnipeg to Regina flights.
The last Winnipeg-Thunder Bay flight will be March 30th, and Winnipeg-Saskatoon will be March 31st. The once-daily flights to Regina will start in April, they said.
Recently there was a lot of flight schedule changes and the flight from Orlando to Winnipeg got a 20-hour delay. Flair Air Flight 8802 was supposed to arrive in Winnipeg from Orlando Thursday afternoon but only landed at Winnipeg’s Richardson International Airport after 11 a.m. Friday, February 8th.
Passengers described a series of miscommunicated and conflicting emails, hours spent on the tarmac without food or water, meal vouchers that restaurants wouldn’t accept and having to find their own way to a hotel provided by the airline during the delay.
The following day, they arrived at the airport only to be told their flight was, indeed, delayed.
Also, please check the link below for a story on Flight Toronto-Winnipeg grounded due to smoke: