Flair Airlines took a major step in the rebirth of the ultra low-cost carrier with the introduction of the Boeing 737 Max to revenue service.
Edmonton city council approved almost $10 million to help build the city’s air service as Canada and the world recovers from the pandemic.
More than 4,100 Canadians have visited Hawai’i since the state opened its borders to people to test COVID negative before their flight.
On the eve of the airline’s first anniversary, Swoop President Steven Greenway opens up about some of the lessons he learned about the Canadian market.
Flair’s new flight attendant manager is adopting an entrepreneurial mindset to navigate the turbulent waters of ultra low-cost flying.
Canada Post did a good thing this week when it released a series of five great Canadian innovators and inventions. There is no doubt that the two men, one woman and two […]