‘Rolling into quicksand’: Coronavirus outbreak leaves Winnipeg airport virtually empty

By | March 21, 2020

Like airports around the world, the global pandemic is gradually emptying out Winnipeg’s Richardson International Airport.

As governments called for people to stop non-essential domestic travel, airlines slashed their schedules.

“It’s like slow rolling into quicksand,” said Barry Rempel, the CEO of Winnipeg Airports Authority, the not-for-profit entity that owns and operates the airport.

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