Harbour Air suspends scheduled services

Canadian commuter airline Harbour Air has suspended scheduled passenger operations due to the coronavirus pandemic, and says it expects to spend April grounded.

“As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread throughout the province, and with safety as our top value at Harbour Air, we have decided that it is in the best interest of our employees and our customers to cease all Harbour Air scheduled service flight operations,”  the all-seaplane airline, based in British Colombia, says on 27 March. The airline adds that it expects to be flying again by 4 May.