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Flair Airlines will not be resuming direct flights between Charlottetown and Ottawa this summer, according to CBC News.
Doug Newsom, CEO of the Charlottetown Airport Authority, said he was recently informed by Flair that its planned 3X-weekly service from Ottawa to the island, scheduled to commence in June, will not go ahead.
"Bookings were encouraging, as far as I was told by Flair, but they just don't have the aircraft time to complete everything they had planned this summer," Newsom told CBC. "Hopefully, they will bring it back next summer."
Flair flights to Toronto (3X-weekly) and Kitchener-Waterloo (2X-weekly) out of Charlottetown will operate as scheduled, Newson said.
Newson also noted that pax looking to travel directly from P.E.I. to Ottawa this summer can fly with Porter Airlines, which will launch non-stop service May 17, with up to two daily flights.
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