Sky Regional Airlines

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Sky Regional Airlines
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Founded 2010
Hubs Toronto Pearson International Airport
Secondary hubs Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Focus cities Toronto, Montreal
Frequent-flyer program Aeroplan (Air Canada)
Alliance Star Alliance (affiliate of Air Canada)
Fleet size 20
Destinations 16
Parent company Skyservice Business Aviation, Air Canada
Headquarters Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto, Ontario
Employees approx. 550 [1]

Sky Regional Airlines is an airline with its corporate headquarters on the property of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in Toronto, Ontario.[2] Linked with Skyservice Business Aviation, it began operation under the Air Canada Express banner as of May 1, 2011.[3] The airline offers daily flights between Toronto Island and Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.[4][5]

Since October 2012, Sky Regional has also been operating Air Canada Express flights between Montreal and Moncton, New Brunswick.[6]

Since March 2013, Sky Regional operates a fleet of Embraer 175 jets to US destinations such as New York, Newark, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Dallas/Fort Worth.[1]


Sky Regional Airlines-Air Canada Express Fleet'
Aircraft Total Passengers Notes
J Y Total
Bombardier Q400 5 - 70 70 C-FSRJ,[7] C-FSRN,[8] C-FSRW,[9] C-FSRY,[8] C-FSRZ [10]
Embraer 175 15 9 64 73 [11]

In 2010, Air Canada leased the Bombardier Q400s and began sub-leasing them to Sky Regional.[12] The aircraft were previously operated by Lynx Aviation of Denver.[13] They were delivered to Sky Regional between November 2010 and the beginning of 2011. The aircraft are configured with 70 seats,[14] similar to the Porter fleet.[15] The planes are painted in Air Canada Express livery.

Air Canada started to transfer 15 of its Embraer 175 planes in April 2013 and completed the transfer in September 2013.[1] Sky Regional are operating flights under the Air Canada Express banner mainly from Toronto and Montreal to cities in the U.S. Northeast.

Inflight Entertainment on board an E175 aircraft (enRoute)





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