Flair Airlines reports 99.4% completion factor for June

A Flair Airlines Boeing 737 on the taxiway.
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Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Flair Airlines has reported an impressive completion factor of 99.4% for the month of June 2023.

This statistic is a key performance indicator which signifies the percentage of flights that were successfully completed compared to the scheduled flights that were cancelled.

On-time performance for June


Maintaining a strong on-time performance record, Flair Airlines recorded that 77.4% of its flights arrived within 15 minutes of their scheduled arrival time, ensuring that passengers reached their destinations punctually.

In addition to its sound completion factor and on-time performance for the month, Flair also boasted a robust load factor of 89% in June, with a total of 436,112 passengers flown.

This high load factor highlights the continued strong demand for summer travel and reaffirms Flair Airlines’ position in the low-cost market sector for cost-conscious travelers in Canada.

Stephen Jones, the CEO of Flair Airlines, expressed his satisfaction with the company’s overall performance in June and emphasized the significance of the exceptional completion factor.

He stated, “Flair continues to deliver for Canadians. We’re very happy with our overall performance in June, and a completion factor that is industry-leading. “

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“Our priority remains to deliver a positive and safe experience for all of our passengers, and we’re committed to getting Canadians where they want to be, on time.”

Jones further highlighted the benefits of maintaining an outstanding on-time performance. By maximizing aircraft utilization and minimizing cancellations, Flair can lower costs and enhance the travel experience for passengers while also reducing the burden on the Customer Service team.

Great on-time performance results in improved crew scheduling and operational efficiency, contributing to the overall success of the airline.

As part of its commitment to transparency, Flair Airlines releases monthly operational metrics through its communication channels by mid-month of the following month.

This practice allows stakeholders and customers to stay informed about the airline’s performance and highlights its dedication to accountability and openness.

About Flair


Flair Airlines is a Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta. The airline operates scheduled passenger and chartered services with a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft. The company slogan is “Plane and Simple.”

The airline promotes itself as being Canada’s first and only independent ULCC.

Flair Airlines was founded in 2004 as Zoom Airlines, but it ceased operations in 2008. The airline was revived in 2017 and began flying again in 2018. The carrier has grown rapidly since its revival, and it now serves over 20 destinations in Canada and the United States.

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