Summer travellers wishing to see Canada will have several options from Hamilton Airport this Summer. In addition to the seasonal service WestJet offers to Atlantic Canada, WestJet announced that it has introduced flights between Edmonton and Hamilton, with service beginning July 28. This in addition to WestJet’s year-round non-stop service to Calgary.
Air Canada is still offering flights direct between Hamilton and Montreal which began in May. The flights leave each airport twice daily except Saturday, which has one flight each way. The airline says it timed the flights so passengers could connect with flights to Atlantic Canada and Europe.
NewLeaf Travel announced that it will begin non-stop service between Hamilton and Winnipeg, Edmonton, Moncton, Halifax and Saskatoon, and one-stop service to Kelowna via Winnipeg. Flights are scheduled to begin July 25, 2016 and are operated in partnership with Flair Airline.
“Said Lauren Yaksich, Director Marketing & Communications, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport. “We see Hamilton International as an airport well positioned to support low-cost carrier service by providing easy and efficient access to over 2 million customers in the greater golden horseshoe region. We look forward to welcoming NewLeaf service next month and are glad today’s announcement will allow more people to fly from Hamilton, and experience the Airport’s convenience first hand.”

NewLeaf’s schedule from Hamilton is as follows:

Destination Days of Operation
Winnipeg Mon, Fri, Sun
Edmonton Mon, Fri
Moncton Mon, Fri
Halifax Thurs, Sun
Saskatoon Wed, Sat
Kelowna Mon, Wed, Fri – Sun

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