Central Mountain Air ends Vancouver - Comox service in Feb 2017

Canadian carrier Central Mountain Air plans to end Vancouver – Comox service, with last flight scheduled on 22FEB17. According to local media report, the airline started Comox serve for 20 years. The airline currently operates this route up to 3-4 times a day, by Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.

Vancouver – Comox
9M574 YVR1115 – 1155YQQ BEH x6
9M576 YVR1350 – 1430YQQ BEH 6
9M578 YVR1750 – 1825YQQ BEH 6
9M580 YVR1845 – 1925YQQ BEH x6
9M599 YVR2030 – 2110YQQ BEH x6

9M571 YQQ0625 – 0700YVR BEH x67
9M573 YQQ0805 – 0840YVR BEH 67
9M575 YQQ1220 – 1255YVR BEH x6
9M579 YQQ1525 – 1600YVR BEH 6

Vancouver – Comox – Campbell River – Vancouver
9M581 YVR0810 – 0850YQQ0910 – 0930YBL BEH x7
9M599 YQQ2125 – 2140YBL2205 – 2250YVR BEH x6

Previously not covered on Airlineroute, the airline in October 2016 discontinued Vancouver – Terrace service. The end of Vancouver – Comox service marks the airline ending 2 routes from Vancouver within 6-month period, also marks Vancouver – Campbell River as the airline’s sole route connecting Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

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