Central Mountain Air Announces New Routes Between Alberta & Northern BC

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Central Mountain Air (CMA) will launch non-stop flights between Alberta to two Northern B.C. destinations – Prince George (YXS) and Fort St. John (YXJ). The new routes launch 3MAY and are available for booking immediately. 

The airline also announced that flights between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John as well as Dawson Creek and Prince George will be discontinued after 30MAR. Service between Calgary and Edmonton will also be discontinued after 1MAY.

Details on the new routes are:

"We are excited to increasingly connect the vibrant communities of Prince George and Fort St. John to Alberta and the rest of the world with convenient and cost-effective air service," said Bob Cummings, CEO of Central Mountain Air. 

"These new routes are designed to more conveniently connect business and leisure travellers between popular B.C. destinations and major Alberta cities and beyond, saving them time and money."

The change increases CMA's number of business-friendly morning flights into Prince George to five, all of which connect within 70 minutes to four other B.C. locations. 

“Edmonton to Fort St. John is an exciting, previously unserved, non-stop route that we expect to be popular among those in the LNG and energy sectors, supporting the economic growth of Fort St. John," said Cummings. 

Discounted introductory fares for travel before June 20th on these new routes can be found at https://flycma.com/promotions/. Fares are up to 40% off.

Bruce Parkinson

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An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years, Bruce uses the pre-dawn hours to prepare a daily news and information package to keep industry members up to date.

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