Canadian regional carrier PAL Airlines has announced that the carrier will launch a new five-days a week service connecting St. John’s International Airport, Newfoundland and Labrador with Moncton, New Brunswick. The airline will extend the flights to include Ottawa, Ontario as flight restrictions to Atlantic Canada are gradually reduced.
St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador-based airline will operate the new routes on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. the airline designed the initial flight schedule between St. John’s and Moncton to offer passengers convenient morning departure times and early arrival times to allow for business and leisure activities at both destinations.
PAL Airlines’ Initial Flight Schedule
Once the airline extends the service to Ottawa, passengers travelling west will still benefit from convenient arrival and departure times while passengers travelling east to Moncton and St. John’s will enjoy desirable early evening arrival times. The airline’s new service will offer the most efficient travel time between destinations and mitigate the need for passengers to change planes during transit.
“PAL Airlines is excited to expand our route network to now include Moncton and shortly Ottawa. This new service is an important step forward for our airline. We are thrilled to be able to respond to the needs of our growing customer base by enhancing our route network and adding this new connection between Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and soon to Ontario,” said Calvin Ash, President of the airline.
“This is a great opportunity for PAL Airlines to extend our presence in Atlantic and Eastern Canada and introduce our services to new communities while directly responding to the needs of our customers.”
About PAL Airlines
PAL Airlines is a regional airline based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador and serves over 20 destinations throughout Atlantic and Eastern Canada. The airline has over 40 years’ experience in the aviation industry. The regional airline was recently awarded its seventh Airline Reliability Award from De Havilland Canada for the Dash 8-100/200/300 Aircraft Program.