Airline strike may not directly affect Peace Region

first_imgHoever, she warns those who are travelling to consistently check their flight schedules, as the work stoppage could create delays in major airports where a strike is occurring. Patrons flying Air Canada may possibly have to deal with delays in the near future.Recently, there has been talk about a potential strike for Air Canada employees, specifically those working in Customer service departments such as call center agents, ticket agents and airport customer service agents.- Advertisement -Fortunately, even if a strike does occur, it will not directly impact flights arriving and departing from the North Peace Regional Airport, as Air Canada Jazz is the primary airline used from that airport.Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz share the same union; however they do not share a collective agreement.Therefore, the only effects the strike could have on people travelling to and from Fort St. John would be with their connecting flights in airports such as Vancouver and Calgary, where a majority of connections are made.Moira Green, Manager of the North Peace Regional Airport, says the strike wouldn’t have too much of a direct impact on Air Canada Jazz and people flying out of Fort St. John.Advertisementlast_img

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