Air Labrador will be cutting its service to the southern coast of Labrador shortly.
The company will announce the cut within the next 30 days, including determining the date on which the service will end.
That’s what Air Labrador’s Philip Earle told CBC in a broadcast interview. Earle said the company couldn’t make a “business case” for continuing operations in the region. The company will continue to provide medical evacuation service to the local health region under its current contract.
This is the second cut by Air Labrador in 2009. In March, the company stopped flying Dash-8s and laid off 100 people.