Negotiations between WestJet and the Air Line Pilots Association continue in Calgary Wednesday.
The talks between the two shifted from Halifax to Calgary on Tuesday.
Pilots are in a legal position to go on strike, provided they give 72 hours notice.
This is leaving thousands wondering whether they need to change their travel plans.
James Bogusz with the Regina Airport Authority said if a strike would happen at YQR, it would be business as usual.
“If a flight is cancelled, it’s like any other time. A passenger would need to find a way, by booking on a different airline or a different flight. Or if they can, start looking at ground transporation.”
Bogusz said when it comes to air traffic, it won’t seem as busy should the strike happen, leaving many planes parked at the airport.
“Parking along the apron is available to WestJet should they need it. If there was a labour dispute we would certaintly accomodate that. Once again they would go along the main apron.”