Flair Airlines adds more sun routes to its winter schedule

A Flair Airlines Boeing 737 on the taxiway.
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Flair Airlines, Canada’s ultra-low fare carrier, announced the addition of several new ‘sun routes’ to its winter schedule.

In total, 13 new routes have been added in the winter schedule to Cancun, Las Vegas, and Orlando-Sanford from Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Winnipeg, Windsor, Saint John, and Victoria.

With the announcement today, Flair Airlines proudly presents an all-encompassing winter schedule for the year 2023.

A glimpse at the proposed routes

In an endeavor to offer Canadians a chance to bask in the warmth of the sun this winter, Flair Airlines has incorporated a total of 13 new routes to the enticing destinations of Cancun, Las Vegas, and Orlando-Sanford.

These routes connect the cities of Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Winnipeg, Windsor, Saint John, and Victoria with the sun-soaked getaways. This extensive network brings unparalleled travel opportunities to eager explorers across the nation.

Affordability and adventure

Addressing the escalating demand for budget-friendly winter getaways, Stephen Jones, the President and CEO of Flair Airlines, expressed, “Canadians want affordable options to sun this winter, and we’ve heard them.”

“The additions we’ve made to our winter schedule reflect our commitment to offering exciting options for our customers to create their own getaway without breaking the bank.”


Diverse connections, enriched experiences

Flair Airlines’ winter schedule diversifies the options for travelers, granting them access to some of the most sought-after destinations.

Whether it’s the vibrant allure of Cancun’s beaches, the dazzling lights of Las Vegas, or the enchantment of Orlando-Sanford, these new routes connect travelers with unforgettable experiences.

The convenience and accessibility offered by Flair Airlines make these destinations even more enticing.

Voices from partner airports

Saint John Airport: Lori Carle, Manager of Marketing, Public and Corporate Relations at Saint John Airport, expressed her excitement about the non-stop flights to Orlando, emphasizing the unbeatable pricing and its appeal to families.

Windsor International Airport: Drew Dilkens, Mayor and Board Chair of Windsor International Airport, conveyed enthusiasm for the expanded partnership with Flair Airlines, which brings additional sun destination options to the region.

Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport: Scott Marohn, Vice President of Commercial at Winnipeg Airports Authority, shared the airport’s eagerness to provide choices and convenience to travelers seeking sun-soaked getaways, enhancing the partnership with Flair to meet community needs.

London International Airport: Scott McFadzean, President and CEO of London International Airport, highlighted the strong interest in Flair’s low-cost flight options, emphasizing the airline’s continued investment in the airport and community.

Victoria International Airport: Geoff Dickson, President and CEO of Victoria International Airport, expressed pleasure in the introduction of non-stop Las Vegas service, identifying it as a natural addition to the winter offerings.

Edmonton International Airport: Carmen Donnelly, Vice President Passenger Experience & Terminal Operations at Edmonton International Airport, highlighted Flair Airlines’ deep connection with the region and their commitment to making Cancun more accessible to families and leisure travelers.

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