Saint-Hubert – January 24, 2018
Pascan Aviation has been serving the regions of Quebec since 1999. Operating out of the Saint-Hubert airport in Longueil, QC Just minutes from downtown Montreal, Pascan currently serves ten destinations in Quebec, one in Labrador and one in Ontario; Toronto’s Billy Bishop airport since April 2017. Pascan is looking to extend its service into some of Ontario’s underserviced regions and markets. To do this, Pascan is looking for input from the public through an online survey to help gather pertinent information regarding the Barrie / Simcoe County regional travel market. If you could please complete the survey at the link below, it would be greatly appreciated.
‘’ We have been serving the regions of Quebec since 1999 and have been working to launch the same type of service to some of Ontario’s underserviced regions, utilizing regional airports. Barrie / Simcoe County is one of the regions that has stood out for us. For the past 12 months we have been working closely with the Airport Authorities and have now decided to reach out to the public for their help and input. It’s important to contact actual users when launching a flight like this, to be sure we get it right the first time. We are counting on the population to get us some important information to be sure this flight is a success for the long term. We are currently considering two destinations from Barrie and they are the Ottawa region and Montreal, PQ. Other flights could be added to other destinations in the future,’’ said Julian Roberts, President & CEO of Pascan Aviation.