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Air Canada cuts flights from Kelowna International Airport

COVID-19 The first unrestricted summer is about to begin. In short, there is a growing demand fortravelthroughout Canada.

Air Canada announces reduction and cancellation of certain direct routes to reduce traffic to majorairportsand reduce canceled flights did.

"The system when looking at aviation is quite stressful," said Sam Sammadar, director ofYLW.

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If you are flying from Kelowna International Airport, you will need to adjust your travel plans.

Direct flights from YLW to Montreal are currently canceled and further reductions can be expected. Sammadar states that flights to Available may be affected in the near future.

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"Unfortunately, travel We've seen that demand continues to grow, especially during the summer, and seats from the market will decline. "

Read more: Canadian airlines say summer schedules will not change as Air Canada is canceled

Busy trip to Mark Kelowna International Airport on the long weekend of Canada Day The beginning of the season. This means increased latency, lines, and delays. YLW recommends that all passengers arrive early.

"People have been away from traveling for two years. Many of them are learning all about traveling again. Of course, it takes longer than before the pandemic occurred," Sammadar said. I am saying.

The cuts are frustrating as Kelowna International Airport has grown steadily over the past few months. Prior to the reduction, more seats were available than the airport provided in 2019, according to Samadar.

Air Canada routes are affected, but passengers can expect many flights from YLW to hub airports nationwide.

"The addition of ultra-low-cost airlines to the market has created a huge opportunity," Sammadar adds.

Kelowna International Airport offers flights from nine different airlines.

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