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Flair Airlines Launches Direct Service Between Canada and Tucson, Arizona

Flair Airlines has launched direct weekly service to Tucson, Arizona from five Canadian gateways including Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Prince George, London and Windsor.

Flair Airlines Boeing 737-800NG - Courtesy Flair Airlines

On Wednesday (November 30, 2022), Flair Airlines announced the launch of new nonstop weekly service between five Canadian gateways and Tucson International Airport (TUS) in Arizona, including Edmonton (YEG), Fort McMurray (YMM), Prince George (YXS), London (YXU), and Windsor (YQG). Tucson offers a blend of history, culture and stunning natural landscapes, along with warm weather and scenic views of the Sonoran desert 365 days per year. The city is also known for its rich culinary heritage, and was named a UNESCO city of gastronomy in 2015. Tucson also offers a range of accommodations from ranches to resorts, and boasts over 40 golf courses.

In Wednesday’s announcement, Flair Airlines’ CEO, Stephen Jones, said,

“Expanding service for more Canadian cities to fly to Tucson is a critical part of our overarching mission to make travel more accessible to Canadians. We believe Canadians deserve more affordable and competitive airfare to stay connected with the people and places they love. We are delighted to launch our inaugural flights and connect Canadians and Americans with Canada’s first direct route to Tucson.”

Flair Airlines is Canada’s only independent ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) and the company’s mission is to make travel accessible and affordable for all Canadians. The airline operates a growing fleet of Next Generation Boeing 737-800s and 737-8s, and serves over 30 Canadian, U.S. and Mexican destinations. The airline plans on growing their fleet to 50 aircraft by 2025.

Source: Flair Airlines


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