Flair’s chief executive believes his airline will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic leaner, but well positioned.
Canada’s smaller airlines are asking Ottawa for “immediate government financial support” as the industry deals with a downturn like no other.
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.
Flair Airlines is opening a new offensive in its ongoing battle with rival Swoop, launching a Canada-wide travel pass for as little as $500 plus taxes.
An injunction saved Flair Airlines from having to ground flights in early October over a business dispute with KF Aerospace, court documents show.
Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair airlines reported a 92% summer load factor Thursday.