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19 Jan 2016 // Latest Airline Route News // Comments OFF
National Airlines starts St. John’s service from Florida
Each passenger on the inaugural National Airlines service from Orlando Sanford to St. John’s received a certificate (above) and a Canadian/American lapel pin on 18 January when the twice-weekly operation started.
- National Airlines added a third service from Orlando Sanford (SFB) and its second to Canada this week, starting a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) route to St John’s (YYT) on 18 January. The 3,219-kilometre sector joins the carrier’s existing operations to San Juan and Windsor from the Floridian airport. Flown by the airline’s 219-seat 757-200s, the route will face no direct competition, although WestJet offers a twice-weekly service from the Canadian city to Orlando International.
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