Air options for travellers during bus line labour dispute
July 02, 2007 | General
Travellers seeking alternate transportation during the Greyhound labour dispute should consider their air service options at Edmonton International Airport (EIA).
EIA provides service to many destinations that are frequented by Greyhound. The following is a list of popular regional destinations that travellers can fly to:
Fort McMurray: WestJet offers 2-3 flights daily. Air Canada offers 4-5 flights daily during the week, two on Saturday and four on Sunday. Integra Air offers two flights weekly.
Grande Prairie: WestJet offers two flights daily. Air Canada offers 3-4 flights daily during the week; one flight on Saturday.
Lethbridge: Integra Air offers two flights daily from Monday to Friday; one flight on Thursday.
Fort St. John: Central Mountain Air offers one flight daily Monday to Friday.
Kelowna: WestJet offers three flights per day from Monday to Friday, one flight on Saturday and two flights on Sunday. Air Canada offers two flights per day, every day.
Abbotsford: WestJet offers 2-3 flights daily.
Saskatoon: WestJet offers one flight per day; no flights on Saturday. Air Canada offers one flight daily.
Regina: WestJet and Air Canada each offer one flight daily.
Winnipeg: WestJet offers two flights daily. Air Canada offers three flights daily Monday to Friday; two flights on Saturday and Sunday.
As well, Air Mikisew operates out of Edmonton City Centre Airport, offering flights between Fort McMurray and Edmonton. For more information visit www.airmikisew.com.
Edmonton International Airport is Canada’s fastest-growing major airport.
Edmonton Airports Corporate Communications
Roy Thorpe, Phone: (780) 890-8324, Cell: (780) 951-4719