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Royal Canadian Airlines plans on offering service from Goderich Regional Airport

The new company, announced by Revival Consulting's Waseem Javeed aims to be competition to West Jet and Air Canada and bring 3 other related businesses to area.

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Goderich Acting Mayor Miles Murdock shared the news today of an announcement made at the Goderich Regional Airport announcing Royal Canadian Airlines.

The new company, announced by Revival Consulting’s Waseem Javeed aims to be competition to West Jet and Air Canada.

The headquarters will be out of Goderich, and along with it will be three other businesses; Canada Air Taxi Service, the Canadian Pilot Academy, and the Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Service provider.

According to their website, Royal Canadian Airlines will provide non-stop direct service to India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq on a charter, non-scheduled and scheduled basis.

They estimate their first flight will take off between July and September 2023.

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