THUNDER BAY – Thunder Airlines has started a new service from Thunder Bay reaching into Northern Ontario. Brody Emery the VP of Sales and Development for Thunder Airlines shares, “We are introducing our new Thunder Bay to Moosenee direct flights, there will be service started on Mondays and Fridays effective on April 23rd”.
This new service will allow people flying from Thunder Bay to Attawapiskat, Katchechewan, Fort Albany all along the James Bay coast to not only save time, but also to save money too. A flight from Thunder Bay to Attawapiskat which leaves Thunder Bay at 9AM would arrive in Attawapiskat at 1PM and cost about $1200.
Thunder Airlines has flown charters and medivacs out of Thunder Bay International Airport for years.
Thunder Airlines services Timmins, Moosonee, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, and Attawapiskat with northbound and southbound flights daily. The new service from Moosenee to Thunder Bay is designed to engage with groups who are flying in for conferences and meetings in Thunder Bay.
Additionally, Thunder Airline and Quality Market of Thunder Bay will be working together to provide delivery of grocery orders from the new online service offered by Quality Market.