August 6, 2010
Air Canada has launched daily non-stop fights between Gander, Goose Bay and Wabush, Nfld., and Sept-Iles, Que.
Flights will be operated by Air Canada’s commercial partner Exploits Valley Air Services (EVAS) using an 18-seat Beech 1900 aircraft
“We are pleased to offer our customers the choice and convenience of more non-stop flights between more places in Newfoundland and Labrador as well as Northern Québec,” said Marcel Forget, Air Canada’s vice president – network planning. “With these latest schedule enhancements, both business and leisure travellers will enjoy the only daily service between Gander and Labrador as well as the most choice of seats between Wabush and Sept Iles.”
In addition, flights have been timed to accommodate demand early in the day, the opportunity for same-day return itineraries as well as convenient connections to/from Quebec, Montreal, Halifax, and St. John’s.
For full schedule info, visit Air Canada’s site
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