Flair outlined plans Wednesday to add 14 new Boeing 737 aircraft to its fleet by 2023
Western Aviation News annual compilation of Canadian airports finances shows the pandemic cost them $2.2 billion in 2020.
Flair announced it will expand its summer 2022 capacity by 33%, with a particular focus on new routes from Edmonton, Alberta.
Westjet and Ottawa cancelled aid talks Tuesday, choosing instead to focus on rebuilding the country’s tourism industry.
Canada’s airlines signalled they will take advantage of Canada’s border opening to restart dozens of services to the United States.
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.