Flair Airlines, Canada’s only independent low fare airline today announced it is introducing non-stop flights to six popular U.S. destinations this winter. The new routes will extend Flair’s rapidly growing network to Florida’s Orlando International Airport, St. Pete-Clearwater (Tampa Bay) and Miami as well as to Palm Springs, Las Vegas and Phoenix-Mesa Airport.
“The majority of our new services concentrate on Edmonton and Winnipeg,” said David Tait, Flair’s Executive Chairman; “Having brought low fare service to 10 Canadian cities this summer, we are now taking the show on the road and heading south to some of the most popular winter getaway spots: Escaping the great Canadian winter will cost a lot less this year.”
For the winter schedule, Flair has also announced increased domestic service with new routes between Toronto to Winnipeg (daily) and Calgaryto Abbotsford.
“This is great news, said Tom Ruth, EIA President and CEO. “Flair Airlines is adding more options for our region, flying from or through Edmonton.”
“We welcome today’s announcement providing exciting new travel options from Winnipeg Richardson International Airport.” said Barry Rempel, Winnipeg Airports Authority president and CEO. “I would like to thank Flair for the confidence they have shown in this market as we continue working with carriers to connect Winnipeg with the world.”
Flights are now on sale, with the majority of service commencing beginning on December 15th. Edmonton to Las Vegas will start on November 9, 2018.
About Flair Airlines Ltd.
For a decade Flair operated as a charter carrier before transitioning to scheduled service in 2017. To consistently offer affordable air travel to Canadians, Flair is focused on key airports, with its main transfer hub in Edmonton and a network that supports seasonal demand. For more information, please visit www.flairair.ca
SOURCE Flair Airlines Ltd.