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Advertisements The Canadian Transportation Agency says people affected by the cancellation of numerous Flair flights to Florida and California, may be entitled to compensation. “Currently Flair Airlines reports that it is offering […]
Flair airlines advised passengers on routes to Miami and St. Petersburg their flights were being cancelled for “operational reasons.”