Air Georgian has returned to operate some flights between Charlottetown and Toronto, after running into some problems during the first week of May.
Air Georgian took on the flights in an agreement with Air Canada on May 1, and during the first few days of the month many flights had long delays or were cancelled outright.
On May 6, Air Canada began operating the flights itself while the situation was being resolved.
As of Tuesday, Air Georgian is once again operating some of the Air Canada flights. Charlottetown Airport CEO Doug Newson is not expecting any further issues.
"So far today, everything looks pretty much on schedule," Newson told CBC News Tuesday.
"Air Georgian is back operating a full flight schedule as of today and so we do expect things to resume to normal as of today and moving forward."
Newson said even if there are no cancellations right now, passengers should always check their flight status in advance.