Thunder Bay AirportAuthority reported an all-time high in passenger volumes during August.
The authority said 72,932
passed through the terminal, reflecting a growth of 8.7 per cent from the same
month last year.
“Our sense is that the key regional economic
sectors, including mining, manufacturing and health sciences, continue to
create both direct demand and indirect leisure demand for air travel,” said
airport president Scott McFadden in a statement. “These are the perfect
conditions for the introduction of the new United Airlines service early in
United Airlines begins
daily service to Chicago next February.