Airline stops serving Masset

  • Apr. 18, 2005 1:00 p.m.

TK Air, which has been flying between Masset-Prince Rupert for the last year or more has cancelled the service.
“I know this is an inconvenience for you and I would like to offer my apologies for any hardship that the disruption of service may have caused you,” said Rod Hayward, CEO of Hawkair, the airline TK Air had been connecting with for service to Vancouver.
Hawkair will start flying Masset to Vancouver direct using a Dash 8 starting at the end of May, and Mr. Hayward says the airline will issue credits to TK Air customers.
“Thank you for your understanding and Hawkair looks forward to serving the needs of the residents of the Haida Gwaii,” Mr. Hayward said.

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