Flair Airlines to Launch New Service Between Toronto Pearson and Palm Springs
Flair Airlines is launching new service between Toronto and Palm Springs International Airport from December 15, 2021. The route will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays, complementing service to Palm Springs from Vancouver and Edmonton.
On Tuesday (October 5, 2021), Flair Airlines announced the launch of twice weekly service between Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) starting December 15, 2021. Flights will operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and Flair will be the only airline offering direct service on the route this holiday season. The new service will complement previously announced service to Palm Springs from Vancouver and Edmonton, which is scheduled to start this fall. Tickets are now available for purchase on the carrier’s website.
In Tuesday’s announcement, Flair Airlines’ President and CEO, Stephen Jones, said,
“We see a vibrant future filled with opportunities as we expand and bring nonstop service between the Greater Toronto Area and the Coachella Valley. Our low fares and nonstop routes are changing the travel game for Canadians. We cannot wait to bring more travelers to these popular destinations. Our low fares mean more opportunities for adventure and warm weather this winter. Travelers can explore the local festivals, sporting events, outdoor activities or relax poolside. Palm Springs is an excellent destination for Canadians to choose for an affordable winter escape.”
With the new route to Pam Springs, Flair now offers direct service from Toronto Pearson to five U.S. destinations, including Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas and Phoenix-Mesa.
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 18 Canadian and six U.S. destinations. The airline plans on growing their fleet to 50 aircraft within five years.
Source: Flair Airlines