Air North releases Ottawa flights

 Air North flights are now on sale between Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Ottawa.

Air North flights are now on sale between Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Ottawa.

Introductory fares, starting at $694 round trip between Whitehorse and Ottawa, are available until January 2 for travel between February 6 and May 31.

“We’ve connected Whitehorse and Yellowknife for the first time in years,” said Allan Moore, the airline’s director of commercial development and government relations, in a news release. “We’ve connected both with Ottawa, something that’s never been done before. And we’ve done both with affordable fares, two pieces of checked luggage and a light meal – not to mention our authentic Yukon hospitality and service. We think passengers are going to love these new flights.”

The flights go from Whitehorse to Ottawa Sundays, Ottawa to Whitehorse Mondays, and round trip Thursdays, each time stopping briefly in Yellowknife. 

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