Lynx Air Inaugurates Calgary-Orlando Flight, Vancouver on the Way

A Lynx Air aircraft in flight.
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Lynx Air has this week inaugurated services between Calgary and Orlando, with the same service from Vancouver also on the way.

This service launch marks the airline’s continued expansion plans going into the Winter 2023/24 scheduling.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Lynx Air Inaugurates Calgary-Orlando Flight…

Lynx Air Inaugurates Calgary-Orlando Flight, Vancouver on the Way
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The new service from Lynx Air between Calgary and Orlando will operate on a twice-weekly basis using its Boeing 737 aircraft.

It is understood also that the Canadian carrier will be adding another Orlando service, but from Vancouver which is coming up soon.

This means that by December 2023, the carrier will have over 43,000 seats per week on offer across its North American network, which is 145% higher than last year.

Expanding on this was Jim Sullivan, the CEO of Lynx Air, who discussed this inaugural further:

“As winter approaches, we are excited to launch our first flight between Calgary and Orlando, offering an affordable option for Canadians to visit this very popular holiday spot, with its famous theme parks, world-class golf, and sunny weather”.

“Whether you are traveling to visit family and friends or craving a warm winter getaway, Lynx will ensure a great flying experience at an ultra-affordable price.”  

Adding to this was Kevin Thibault, the CEO of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority:

“Orlando International Airport is pleased to be a part of Lynx Air’s continued growth”.

“By adding Calgary to their list of destinations from Orlando, Lynx Air has demonstrated its commitment to providing quality travel options for our shared customers.”

All eyes are on the carrier to see how this new route performs, as well as the Vancouver version of the rotation which launches soon!

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