Why the Kelowna Airport Only Needs a Single Runway

Re: Why the Kelowna Airport Only Needs a Single Runway

Postby Glacier » Feb 28th, 2018, 10:12 pm

Dizzy1 wrote:
Glacier wrote:Kelowna has had 5.8 feet of snow this winter. Dublin has barely had any. Plus, Dublin already has 2 runways.

Just applying your logic ... Dublin needs another runway :runforlife:

Well, I'm not applying any logic at all, so I guess so. It is really interesting to me that Kelowna has a bigger airport than Saskatoon given the fact that Saskatoon is a much larger city! Does no one fly in Saskatchewan?
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Re: Why the Kelowna Airport Only Needs a Single Runway

Postby Dizzy1 » Mar 1st, 2018, 2:09 am

Glacier wrote:Does no one fly in Saskatchewan?

Willingly? :biggrin:

YXE is showing 38 arrivals today (not including Suncor's charter from Fierbag). Seeing that Flair currently doesn't fly there nor is it on Swoop's radar at the moment - one would conclude that the market isn't showing much of a demand for Saskatoon compared to Kelowna.
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