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Two flights cancelled to and from Penticton

Most Air Canada flights to and from Vancouver have been cancelled from Penticton

With storms hitting the Lower Mainland, and reports of school closures in the area, at least two Penticton flights out of Penticton have been cancelled.

Though the 6 a.m. Air Canada flight to Vancouver on Friday was safe, and the 7:10 p.m. flight on was scheduled to run on time, the midday flight out of Penticton was cancelled Friday, along with the 6 a.m. flight Saturday.

Similarly, the first flight from Vancouver to Penticton on Friday just before 10 a.m. was cancelled, along with the 11 p.m. flight Friday night.

Check out the Air Canada flight status page for up-to-date information on flights.

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