North needs more airline competition


I think that if the North were to open the skies to competing airlines, instead of one main carrier, the price of seat sales and the price of food would drop.

We would start to realize that Northerners needn’t suffer. I, for one, am tired of carrying the main carrier on my back.

Although they say they are an Inuit company, that is no excuse. They may say they have contributed to the North, but all I have felt is high seat sales and high food prices.

I believe that if the North were to open up to competition, we would start to see less community problems such as homelessness, povery, and crime rates.

We would probably see changes that are unheard of. I also would start paying prices that are fair and not the prices that require both arms and both legs too.

Paul Innualuk
Pond Inlet

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