13 July 2018

Barrier Air to relaunch North Shore flights



Barrier Air has announced on its Facebook page that it is intending to relaunch its flights between North Shore Airport and Great Barrier Island using its Cessna Grand Caravans. Barrier Air's Nick Pearson said the airline has been negotiating for some time with the Civil Aviation Authority to use the Caravans in and out of the North Shore Airport. The airline has one more check to complete and hopes to reluanch services in about six weeks. The airline hopes to have a North Shore schedule on its website in the next couple of weeks.

Barrier Air's two Cessna Grand Caravans, ZK-SDB and ZK-SDC

The news comes shortly after the announcement of the sale of the airline's Britten Norman Islander. Barrier Air now operates an all turbine fleet. 


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