Air Labrador to fly cargo to coastal Labrador

The airline is going to move mail and food supplies into southern Labrador, because of problems with heavy ice conditions in the Strait of Belle Isle.


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Air Labrador has stepped in to help move cargo into coastal Labrador. Heavy ice conditions have halted ferry service in the Strait of Belle Isle. The airline is going to move mail and food supplies into southern Labrador, because of problems with heavy ice conditions in the Strait of Belle Isle. 

The MV Apollo, currently tied up in Corner Brook, has not been able to make its regular ferry run between western Newfoundland and the mainland for a week because of ice. An airline spokesperson said the flight schedule is contingent on weather.Flights cannot currently leave because of runway conditions, both in St.Anthony and Blanc Sablon.