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Harmony Airways, a predominantly scheduled passenger carrier, ceased operations yesterday (9 April). The airline says it will look at various options and opportunities for the future and has not set a fixed timeframe in which to make any decisions.
A full refund on tickets booked for flights after that date is being offered. In a statement, the airline said that it has always been committed to providing the best flight service in Canada and apologised for the inconvenience the decision would have for travellers.
The airline, initially named HMY Airways, introduced its first charter flight in November 2002, followed by scheduled services in May 2003. The fleet had been steadily increased to four Boeing 757 aircraft which have been operating from a number of Canadian airports to Las Vegas, Palm Springs and destinations in Hawaii.
Following the conclusion of a new air service agreement between Canada and China, the airline applied for rights to operate between the two countries in 2006 and gained approval to begin flying on a codeshare basis.