Charlottetown, PE – Earlier this morning, PAL Airlines landed at YYG Charlottetown Airport for the first time with scheduled airline service, connecting Halifax, Nova Scotia to Prince Edward Island.
“We are delighted to welcome PAL Airlines to PEI with this new non-stop service to Halifax, Nova Scotia”, said Doug Newson, CEO of YYG Charlottetown Airport. “This is an important service for our residents, business community, and tourism industry with connectivity to the extensive PAL Airlines network and to both of their national airline interline partners. We look forward to working closely with PAL Airlines to ensure they are successful at YYG.”
“PAL Airlines is excited to start this new service, linking Charlottetown with our extensive network in Eastern and Atlantic Canada,” said David Hickey, Vice President of Commercial Operations for PAL Airlines. “With this new service we’re pleased to offer our passengers direct service to Halifax with seamless connectivity for onward travel on PAL Airlines and in partnership with both of our national carrier interline partners.”
Details of PAL Airlines service between Charlottetown and Halifax:
|Halifax-Charlottetown||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||1985||10:05||10:50|
|Charlottetown-Halifax||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||1986||11:20||12:05|
For further details and to book flights, please visit palairlines.ca or contact your travel agent.
About the Airport Authority
Charlottetown Airport Authority Inc. assumed operational and financial responsibility for the Charlottetown Airport on March 1, 1999. The Board of Directors now oversee the affairs of the airport with a mission to provide a safe, secure, and fiscally responsible airport that connects PEI to the world and drives economic growth. Prior to the pandemic, more than 383,000 passengers travelled through the airport on an annual basis, generating more than $103-million in total economic activity in Prince Edward Island.
About PAL Airlines:
A proud member of the Exchange Income Corporation family of airlines, PAL Airlines is based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador and serves an extensive network of scheduled and charter destinations across Eastern Canada and Quebec. PAL Airlines has over 40 years experience in the aviation industry with a reputation built on safety, reliability, and exceptional customer service. PAL Airlines was recently awarded our seventh Airline Reliability Award from De Havilland Canada for the Dash 8-100/200/300 Aircraft Program.
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Doug Newson, CEO
Charlottetown Airport Authority Inc.