The FLIGHT service resumes at Kingston Airport – Kingston News

The FLIGHT service resumes at Kingston Airport – Kingston News
Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport. Photo by Lucas Mulder.

From Monday, January 31, 2022, residents and visitors to the area can once again fly Kingston to Toronto with the Toronto-based airline FLYGTA.

According to a statement from the City of Kingston, the FLYGTA service is available for online booking at with dates on weekdays and weekends. That City signed its agreement with FlyGTA in the autumn of 2020 after Air Canada canceled its regional flight service at airports across Canada.

“We are excited to land at Kingston Airport again and look forward to expanding our service in the coming months,” said Chris Nowrouzi, CEO of FLYGTA Group.

YGK Airport first welcomed FLYGTA flights in 2020, as part of a short-term campaign to support the local tourism industry and secure regional travel during the pandemic, according to the release. The city said FLYGTA has an excellent safety record and diligently adheres to all federal and provincial COVID-19 safety protocols.

“We were impressed with both the airport facility and the team. But in the end, our decision to return to Kingston Airport was based on market demand. We see the need for flights from Kingston to Toronto and we are proud to provide that service.” added Nowrouzi.

According to the city, airport manager Aron Winterstein is happy to see the return of passenger flights. “Kingston Airport is open for business,” he said, noting that the airport has worked very hard to return service to the community and hopes this will be the first of many good news coming from the airport.

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