Red Deer Airport in Alberta became Air Canada's latest destination on 3 September, with the launch of multiple daily flights to nearby Calgary. The route is served by 18-seat Beechcraft 1900Ds operated by Air Georgian under the Air Canada Express brand.
- Air Canada Express has begun flying between Calgary (YYC) and Red Deer (YQF), a sector of just 120 kilometres, within Alberta. The service, which began on Tuesday 3 September, is operated by Air Canada partner airline Air Georgian, using its 18-seat Beechcraft 1900D aircraft. The route is flown three times per day, except on Saturdays, when there are two return flights. Red Deer’s only other commercial services are operated by Northwestern Air to Fort McMurray and Kelowna. RJ Steenstra, CEO, Red Deer Airport Authority said, “We’re pleased to welcome Air Canada to Red Deer Airport and congratulate them for embracing the opportunity to provide convenient air travel to and from Central Alberta. Our businesses and citizens are now connected to the rest of Canada and the world, and that has broad economic opportunity and impact for the region.”