Flair Airlines Launches Travel to Fourth Destination in Alberta
Flair Airlines has today launched new service at Grand Prairie Airport in Alberta, increasing the carrier’s Alberta service to four destinations. Flair will offer service from Grand Prairie to Vancouver and Toronto with one-way fares from $60.
Today (August 2, 2021), Flair Airlines announced the launch of new service to and from Grande Prairie Airport (YQU) with service to Vancouver and Toronto. With the new Grande Prairie service, the carrier now offers service to four cities in Alberta. To celebrate the launch of new service, Flair is offering one-way fares from Grand Prairie to Vancouver and Toronto from only $60. During August, Flair will also launch service to Abbotsford and Charlottetown. The airline offers service to 20 Canadian destinations and will add five U.S. destinations this Fall.
In Monday’s announcement, Flair Airlines’ President and CEO, Stephen Jones, said,
“As travel and tourism comes roaring back across Canada, bringing our low-fare travel options to Grande Prairie becomes crucial. We will deliver more choice and more competition for air travel. Our offering of low-fare travel is a powerful tool in economic recovery as it ensures everyone can afford to go places, reconnect with family, and explore the country. Residents of Grande Prairie and the Peace Region have been paying way too much, for way too long, and Flair is here to provide affordable options to Toronto and Vancouver.”
Grand Prairie Airport’s CEO, Brian Grant, added,
“The Grande Prairie Airport is focused on our mission of efficiency and affordability for air travel in our region. Flair brings a whole new meaning to affordability and the addition of direct service to these major centers provides travelers in the Peace Region with unprecedented air travel options.”
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 will serve 20 destinations across Canada by August 2021. Flair plans on growing their fleet to 50 aircraft over the next five years.
Source: Flair Airlines