Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien (CTMA)


Overview


The Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien (CTMA) is a Canadian transportation company, formed in 1944 to provide maritime and air links to the Magdalen Islands, Quebec. Trading as Groupe CTMA, the company operates the seasonal ferry service from Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec in the Magdalen Islands to Souris, Prince Edward Island. It also operates a seasonal passenger service from Montreal to Cap-aux-Meules, as well as a year-round cargo service from Montreal and Matane, Quebec to Cap-aux-Meules. CTMA also operates a trucking company which hauls cargo to the Magdalen Islands, as well as providing air services.

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