Vancouver Flights Still Scheduled As Normal
Cranbrook, BC (September 3, 2017) – All scheduled Air Canada flights from the Canadian Rockies International Airport Sunday morning (Sept 3rd) are to be combined into a larger aircraft for a single flight at noon today. Flights to and from Vancouver on both Pacific Coastal Airlines and Air Canada are still scheduled as usual.
The changes to the flight schedules are a result of the nearby St. Mary's River wildfire, which started on Friday.
If you are scheduled to fly during the long weekend, it is strongly advised you contact your airline directly to get the latest information on your flight status before you travel to the airport.
The Canadian Rockies International Airport and the City of Cranbrook will continue to monitor this situation closely through the weekend, and will share any updates as soon as possible if the situation changes.