Air Canada has dropped direct flights between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, and Winnipeg and Saskatoon.
They will also fly Winnipeg to Regina once daily, down from the current twice-daily flights.
“We review all of our routes on a regular basis, and our scheduling decisions are commercially based,” said a spokesperson for Air Canada.
“The routes from Winnipeg to Saskatoon and to Thunder Bay did not perform at a level that would make commercial sense for us to continue operating, and Air Canada’s last flights on these routes will be at the end of March.”
The last Winnipeg-Thunder Bay flight will be March 30, and Winnipeg-Saskatoon will be March 31.
The once-daily flights to Regina will start in April, they said.
“This was a difficult decision to make … Customers booked on flights after Mar. 31 will be contacted by Air Canada or their travel agent for options including alternate travel or a refund.”
Flights to Thunder Bay are still available on WestJet and Bearskin Airlines, and to Saskatoon on WestJet.