WestJet has announced its flights between Yellowknife and Calgary will now form a year-round service.
Previously, Yellowknife-Calgary had been a seasonal route.
From October 25 this year, the route will become a daily, year-round operation for the airline. WestJet included the change in a broader announcement relating to international routes, and said it came “in direct response to demand”.
The move suggests WestJet has enjoyed success with the introduction of its Yellowknife-Calgary route, which only came into being on May 3 this year.
WestJet initially announced in January that the route would operate until October 24.
The addition of a Calgary route matches Air Canada. Both airlines now operate daily services from Yellowknife to Edmonton and Calgary.
Canadian North and First Air both offer scheduled flights between Yellowknife and Edmonton.