Flights Begin at Saint John Airport on June 22
For Immediate Release
SAINT JOHN, NB – Saint John Airport Inc. is delighted to announce Phase 1 of their re-opening on June 22 when Air Canada will resume flights out of YSJ.
“We are delighted to welcome Air Canada back,” said YSJ President and CEO, Derrick Stanford. “Air Canada will operate a reduced flight schedule and slowly reintroduce more flights out of the Saint John Airport as demand increases.”
Air Canada will begin daily non-stop service between Saint John (YSJ) and Montreal (YUL) on June 22. To start, 1 daily flight will arrive at YSJ at 3:25pm and depart at 4:30pm. Additional flights to Toronto and Montreal will begin July 1. Visit the Saint John Airport website to view the most up-to-date flight schedule. Prior to arrival at the airport, travellers are highly encouraged to check-in remotely using the Air Canada mobile app or online at aircanada.com .
All passengers and airport staff must wear protective face masks. The following persons will not be required to wear a mask inside the airport terminal: Children under two years of age, persons who have trouble breathing, persons unable to remove a facemask without assistance. To learn more about what’s different, visit Air Canada’s step-by-step travel guide.
About the Saint John Airport
The Saint John Airport Inc. is a community based, not-for-profit corporation serving the air travel needs of residents of southwestern New Brunswick. The airport (YSJ) is a key element in the economic and social development of the Greater Saint John region with an economic impact estimated at $68.7 million, with more than 480 jobs created directly and indirectly. The Saint John Airport reinvests all profits back into the airport and local communities.
For additional information or to coordinate an interview, please contact:
Derrick Stanford, President and CEO Saint John Airport Office: 506-644-8607 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org