Bearskin Airlines has reopened a route west for travellers flying to Winnipeg. Beginning Oct. 15, daily flights resumed from Dryden Regional Airport to Winnipeg International Airport. Bearskin stepped in to offer one flight after Calm Air pulled out in late September. The move should benefit Weyerhaeuser employees needing to fly to Western Canada. Under the deal, Bearskin pays no landing or terminal fees until late January 2002. After that, until year's end, Bearskin receives a 50 per cent discount on fees when monthly load factors on the route dip below 50 per cent of seat capacity. The carrier will employ a 12-passenger Beechcraft King Air A100 on the route.