Archive for January, 2015

Fredericton airport loses its Sunwing flights to Cuba

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

The Fredericton International Airport has temporarily lost its Sunwing flights to Cuba. This year, the airline will use the Saint John airport rather than the Fredericton airport. According to the FIAA CEO, the issue is due to a disagreement between Air Canada and Sunwing. The two airlines came to blows over the baggage handling for flights going into and out of Fredericton. The CEO of the airport has said they are limited when it comes to what they can do because the problem is between two carriers and isn’t specifically involved with the airport. Sunwing has said that this is a temporary interruption.

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London International Airport cancels its flights to Newark

Saturday, January 10th, 2015

In fewer than four months after flights to Newark were launched, the London International Airport in London, Ontario, Canada were canceled. The airport made the announcement via Twitter on Wednesday morning, saying that the flights would be unavailable after April 21 of this year. Rumor has it that the flights weren’t profitable enough for United Airlines, the airline offering the flights. Starting October 26, the airport offered two flights every day from London to Newark Liberty International Airport. The airport serves more than half a million a passengers a year and has been slowly trying to increase its list of offered destinations including Cuba, Winnipeg, Mexico, Ottawa, Toronto, and Calgary.

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Delays at Kelowna International Airport

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

The storm that has been hitting the Southern Interior of the province of British Columbia for over 24 hours from Sunday to Monday caused cancelations and delays at Kelowna International Airport. WestJet canceled most of its Monday flights and made more flights available Tuesday for those passengers who wanted to re-book. Anyone affected should contact the airline to make alternate arrangements.

The storm has caused other delays elsewhere in the province and across the country. One Alaskan Airlines flight from Seattle to Kelowna was canceled Sunday, on one of Kelowna Airport’s busiest travel days of the year; normal travel days have around 4,200 people moving through the airport. On Sunday and Monday following New Year’s, almost 7,500 passengers move through.

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Flights along east coast canceled due to storm

Monday, January 5th, 2015

A snow storm in the Okanagan Sunday affected local airports. A spokesperson for Kelowna International Airport said there have been several delays and a few cancelations as a result. One flight from Seattle to Kelowna canceled because of runway conditions; while other planes were able to take off and land, the Alaska Airlines officials decided it wasn’t ideal. Next, two WestJet Encore flights were canceled because of projected conditions upon arrival from Victoria and Vancouver. The return flights were also canceled. Passengers on those canceled flights would be rebooked for later Sunday or Monday. The spokesperson went on to say that it’s frustrating because the Sunday before school resumes after winter holidays is one of the busiest travel days of the year.

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SpiceJet denies extending flight cancelations

Thursday, January 1st, 2015

SpiceJet has confirmed it will offer 230 flights every day in January 2015, denying the speculation of increased flight cancelations. A SpiceJet spokesperson had a phone call interview with a reporter from IBTimes and denied the media reports that there were 300 flight cancelations until January 31. The spokesperson said it would keep operations at current levels. In December, the airline reduced its flight schedules and fleet by 33 percent, going from 345 flights per day to 230. The spokesperson didn’t say how the airline planned to gather the cash needed to fund the business. As of Wednesday, the last trading day of 2014, SpiceJet was trading at prices 3.93 percent lower. It hit a high on May 26, 2014 and a low on August 13, 2014.

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