Flair Airlines announces NYC and Chicago

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LONDON – Canadian carrier Flair Airlines has announced further expansion into the US market. The airline will begin to serve John F. Kennedy Airport in New York and Chicago O’Hare Airport.

“We’re working hard to continue our rapid expansion into the U.S., and we’re delighted to announce these exciting new U.S. destinations,” said Garth Lund, Chief Commercial Officer, Flair Airlines. “Flair’s ultra-low fares will make it easier to take in a Broadway show in New York or enjoy a beautiful summer’s day on Lake Michigan in Chicago. Whatever the reason you travel, Flair will get you there affordably.”

Toronto Pearson Airport will serve both Chicago and New York. New York services start twice weekly on April 7 2022, increasing to four times weekly on May 16 2022. Chicago services start on May 17 2022, three times weekly.

“John F. Kennedy International Airport is delighted to see an affordable flying option added for our Canadian visitors,” said Charles Everett, General Manager of John F. Kennedy International Airport. “This new service is part of the Port Authority’s commitment to offer the traveling public greater connectivity to more destinations from JFK.”

One way fares from Toronto begin at $109 Canadian. Both destinations can be booked on Flair’s website.

“On behalf of Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, Chicago is honored to welcome Flair Airlines to offer additional options and affordable travel between O’Hare International Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport,” said City of Chicago Commissioner of Aviation Jamie L. Rhee. “Canadians are invited to experience the diverse tourist attractions and eclectic cuisine of the Windy City – recently voted Best Big City in the U.S. by Conde Nast Traveler for the fifth year in a row.”

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