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Air Nova Inc.
Air Nova is the Air Canada Connector in Eastern Canada, having commenced service to the region on July 14, 1986. As of January 1, 1994, Air Nova offers regularly scheduled passenger and cargo operations between 21 destinations throughout Eastern Canada and the United States, including the only non-stop jet service between Atlantic Canada and New York City (Newark). At present, the Air Nova fleet consists of five British Aerospace 146 jets (including Executive Class) and a fleet of twelve deHavilland Dash-8 aircraft. In addition to over 835 weekly departures, the Air Nova fleet provides charter service to points throughout Canada and the United States. Extensive ski, nature/outdoor and leisure packages are also available to points throughout the Air Nova route network.

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