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Geraldton-Thunder Bay scheduled flight service starts Nov. 1

Bearskin Airlines to run three flights a week into northwestern Ontario mining community
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Bearskin Airlines is launching scheduled service between Thunder Bay and Geraldton on Nov. 1.

The regional carrier is offering three flights weekly, according to a news release.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony and a meet-and-greet takes place on Tuesday afternoon at the Greenstone Regional Airport in Geraldton.

To kick off this service, Bearskin is offering an introductory one-way fare of $298, including taxes and surcharges, for a limited time. 

The service to Thunder Bay provides connections to other destinations across Northern Ontario and Air Canada service to Toronto.

Geraldton is the site of ongoing construction of Greenstone Gold Mines’ open-pit mine.

Bearskin is a division of Perimeter Aviation of Winnipeg. The carrier reaches 30 communities in Northern Ontario and Manitoba.