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Flair Airlines to Expand Fleet to 30 Aircraft by Mid-2023

Flair Airlines has announced major fleet expansion, growing to a total of 30 aircraft by mid-2023. The carrier will lease an additional 14 Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft, expanding their fleet from 12 to 20 by summer 2022, growing to 30 aircraft by 2023, and 50 by 2025.

Flair Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX - Courtesy Flair Airlines

On Wednesday (December 15, 2021), Flair Airlines announced a major fleet expansion, as the carrier continues their vision of growing their fleet to 50 aircraft by 2025. Flair will lease an additional 14 Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft, expanding their current fleet of 12 aircraft to twenty by summer 2022 and 30 by mid-2023. The new airplanes will support Flair’s ambitious growth plans. Currently, the carrier operates service to 32 Canadian and U.S. destinations, with service to Mexico starting in February 2022. Each aircraft is configured in a single-class with the capacity for 189 guests, and offers a 14 percent reduction in fuel consumption and emissions versus previous generation models.

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

“We’re on a mission to deliver low fares to Canadians and flying a state-of-the-art Boeing 737 MAX fleet means we can do this at the lowest passenger-mile cost in Canada, and with the lowest carbon emissions of any Canadian carrier. With our substantial fleet expansion, Canadian travellers can continue to benefit from Flair’s eye-popping fares and increased service from existing and new airports in our network across Canada, the United States and Mexico.”

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 32 Canadian, U.S. and Mexican destinations by spring 2022. The airline plans on growing their fleet to 50 aircraft by 2025.

Source: Flair Airlines


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