Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair is going all-in on Western Canada this summer, opening new routes and cities once thought to be too small to fill a 737 in a ULCC configuration.
Hobbled by the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair has abandoned expansion plans set for this summer.
Canadian carrier Flair Airlines says changing market demand due to the pandemic is causing the ultra low-cost carrier to abandon its single-class structure and add a “Comfort Choice” seating at the front of its aircraft.
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More than two years of being overlooked by Canada’s ultra low-cost carriers will come to an end in Ottawa this summer when Flair Airlines expands to the nation’s capital.