Air Canada Jazz drops Iqaluit route Print

Air Canada Jazz on taxiway Bravo at CYFBAir Canada Jazz announced recently that it is discontinuing service on its Montreal-Ottawa-Iqaluit route.  The cancellation takes effect August 1, 2011.

The daily Bombardier CRJ-705 jet service ran for a little over a year.  Air Canada Jazz started the route on March 28, 2010.  But, the airline says it just wasn't making enough money to continue the route.

Iqaluit is currently served by two northern airlines on the Montreal-Ottawa-Iqaluit route.  First Air and Canadian North are both Inuit-owned airlines, who also serve most Nunavut communities.  For more information on these and other carriers, visit our Airlines, Charters and FBOs pages.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 August 2011 21:03