“This is the single most significant challenge we have ever faced as an airport authority,” said Roger Butt, the Chair of the St. John’s International Finance and Audit Committee. “We will have to be operating at a net loss for the next few years.”
St. John’s International said Monday it would remain closed to passenger flights until Wednesday morning, more than five days after 76 cm of snow fell on the city.
Swoop will offer new service to three Atlantic provinces thanks to the arrival of its 10th Boeing 737-800NG.
Commemorations kick off Tuesday in Canada and Ireland, to mark the centennial of the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic by John Alcock and Arthur Brown.