Skyxe Saskatoon Airport is proud to announce CJ Dushinski as our new
Vice President, Business Development and Service Quality.
Born and raised in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan, CJ obtained her
B.Comm from the University of Saskatchewan and her Strategic
Airport Management Diploma from IATA. She is a proud member of
IAAE and her favorite commercial aircraft is the B747. CJ has a
strong background in marketing and business development with a
passion for the aviation industry. Most recently she held positions
with the Calgary Airport Authority (YYC) in both Tourism and Air
During her time with YYC, CJ worked to strengthen airport relationships with tourism and
community partners successfully launching cooperative and comprehensive air service
marketing campaigns both locally and internationally. As an Air Service Development
Manager, she focused primarily on route and capacity development achieving notable
successes such as the launch of WestJet’s first wide-body transatlantic flight to London
Gatwick; new regional service with WestJet Link; and numerous international services through
Edelweiss, AeroMexico, and the US ULCC giant, Frontier.
Throughout her tenure, CJ maintained an impressive track record of generating revenue
through increased seat capacity while also being heavily involved in the opening of a new
international terminal particularly with respect to airline activation, passenger processing and
CJ will join Skyxe on October 15th 2018. She is excited to be relocating from Calgary back to
her home province of Saskatchewan, and to contribute to the financial success and award
winning customer service culture of Skyxe.
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For more information contact:
President & CEO, Skyxe Saskatoon Airport
About Skyxe Saskatoon Airport
Skyxe Saskatoon Airport is operated by Saskatoon Airport Authority. Skyxe Saskatoon Airport is a partner
in developing Saskatoon and Saskatchewan by delivering the most valued airport experience in Canada.
Saskatoon Airport saw 1,463,410 passengers in 2017, the second busiest year ever with an average five-
year growth rate of 2.1%.