Airports in Atlantic Canada are resuming operations after hurricane Fiona stopped most flights out and in of the area over the weekend.
WestJet spokeswoman Morgan Bell says flights to and from Charlottetown Airport in P.E.I. and Deer Lake Regional Airport in Newfoundland resumed right this moment.
J.A. Douglas McCurdy Sydney Airport’s web site says the Nova Scotia aviation hub is scheduled to renew industrial flights Tuesday afternoon.
Halifax Worldwide Airport Authority spokesperson Leah Batstone says the proactive cancellation of many flights resulted in a big lower in exercise at Halifax Stanfield Worldwide Airport, however the airport resumed regular operations on Sunday.
Flight tracker FlightAware discovered solely 4 flights into Halifax Stanfield had been cancelled right this moment, together with three into Charlottetown Airport and one into Deer Lake Regional Airport.
Batstone encourages travellers to substantiate the standing of their flight earlier than heading for the airport and recommends they go away further time to park, verify in, and undergo safety screening earlier than boarding.