Flair Airlines plans domestic Canada expansion from June 2018

Canadian carrier Flair Airlines last week announced planned service expansion during summer 2018 season, including the launch of 9 new routes, from mid-June 2018.

Calgary – Kelowna eff 16JUN18 2 weekly
Calgary – Vancouver eff 15JUN18 7 weekly (0-2 daily, pending on operational day)
Calgary – Winnipeg eff 15JUN18 6 weekly
Edmonton – Prince George eff 16JUN18 2 weekly
Edmonton – Saskatoon eff 16JUN18 4 weekly
Edmonton – Victoria eff 15JUN18 7 weekly
Toronto – Halifax eff 15JUN18 7 weekly
Vancouver – Prince George eff 17JUN18 2 weekly
Vancouver – Winnipeg eff 15JUN18 2 weekly

The airline also plans service expansion from Edmonton and Hamilton, include:
Edmonton – Abbotsford eff 16JUN18 Increase from 10 to 24 weekly (2-4 daily, pending on operational day)
Edmonton – Kelowna eff 15JUN18 Increase from 3 to 10 weekly
Edmonton – Toronto eff 15JUN18 Increase from 1 to 3 daily
Edmonton – Vancouver eff 15JUN18 Increase from 5 to 19 weekly
Edmonton – Winnipeg eff 15JUN18 Increase from 5 to 12 weekly
Hamilton – Winnipeg eff 15JUN18 Increase from 5 to 12 weekly

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