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Flair's U.S. expansion continues as 17 transborder routes launch this week

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  •   12-16-2021  9:21 am
  •   Pax Global Media
Flair's U.S. expansion continues as 17 transborder routes launch this week
Pax Global Media

Flair Airlines has launched its U.S. schedule expansion as 17 transborder routes begin over the next four days. 

While changing advisories are currently impacting travel, the start of these routes ensures low fare travel options remain available for Canadians in the long term, Flair said on Thursday in a news release. 

The service launches are between Canada and six U.S. destinations: Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, Hollywood-Burbank Airport, Orlando Sanford Airport, and Fort Lauderdale International Airport.

“Flair continues to grow at an impressive rate, and the launches of our U.S. routes this week are a milestone for bringing low fare travel options to Canadians. While we recognize the recent government advisories will influence travel decisions, we are committed to continuing these services at this time since many passengers are relying on our low fare service,” said Stephen Jones, president and CEO, Flair Airlines “Increasing our U.S. network means connecting families, friends, and travellers with more destinations across North America, and when the time returns for travel, Flair is ready to connect families without breaking the bank.” 

Flair’s new U.S. routes will begin from these Canadian cities: 


The inaugural flight from Abbotsford to Las Vegas is on Dec. 16 and will be Flair’s first U.S. destination from Abbotsford. 

The service offers an opportunity for passengers to save beyond Flair’s ultra-low fares as there is no airport improvement fee for passengers travelling through Abbotsford. 


Service to Las Vegas begins from Calgary on Dec. 16 and the inaugural flight to Phoenix-Mesa is on Dec. 17.  

Additionally, Flair announced today two new domestic routes from Calgary International Airport. Flair will begin operating service between Calgary and Kelowna International Airport on March 31 and service between Calgary to Montreal beginning July 5.    

One-way fares, including taxes and fees, begin at $49 CAD to Kelowna and $59 CAD to Montreal from Calgary. There are limited seats and availability for the fares. Flights are now available for booking at  https://www.flyflair.com.   


Starting Dec. 16, Flair will begin service between Edmonton and Las Vegas as well as Hollywood-Burbank. On December 17 service will begin to Phoenix and Palm Springs. Flair will connect Edmonton with these four U.S. cities with nonstop service two times per week for each destination.   


In Halifax, service to Orlando starts on Dec. 17. This is Flair’s first U.S. destination from the airport. 


Flair will begin two new U.S. routes in Kitchener-Waterloo, with the inaugural Fort Lauderdale flight taking off on Dec. 16 and the inaugural flight to Orlando taking off on Dec. 17. 


Flair will start service to two U.S. destinations from Montreal. 

Service to Fort Lauderdale from Montreal starts on Dec. 15. 

The inaugural flight to Orlando is on Dec. 16. Also, Flair announced today a new nonstop route between Montreal and Calgary starting in June.  


Flair begins service from Ottawa to Orlando on Dec. 17.  


The inaugural flight from Toronto to Palm Springs takes off on Dec. 18 and will be the only nonstop option available between the two cities this winter.  


Flair is starting three new U.S. routes from Vancouver in addition to Los Angeles/Burbank which started last month. 

Flair’s service to Las Vegas begins on Dec. 15 and flights to Phoenix and Palm Springs each begin on Dec. 17.  

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