Flair Adds New Flights from Winnipeg to B.C., Ontario

Flair Airlines.

ULCC Flair Airlines is expanding its network in Canada, announcing on 01FEB three new routes from Winnipeg, Manitoba to London, Ontario; Victoria, British Columbia; and Kelowna, British Columbia.

The new routes build on existing service from Winnipeg and begin in JUN:

  • 09JUN, twice weekly flights begin from Winnipeg to Victoria;
  • 10JUN, twice weekly flights begin from Winnipeg to Kelowna; and
  • 11JUN, twice weekly flights begin from Winnipeg to London.

Introductory fares start from $49 to Kelowna and Victoria and $69 to London, including taxes and fees. There are limited seats and availability for the introductory fares.

The addition of these new routes out of Winnipeg is important for our growing network as we work to connect the dots,” said Garth Lund, Chief Commercial Officer, Flair Airlines. Winnipeg is an important part of our network, and the launch of our new routes to Victoria, Kelowna, and London is a testament to our commitment to connecting Winnipeg to even more destinations across the country. We are excited to continue to grow our presence in this important market.

The expansion of service in Winnipeg includes increased weekly flights on popular routes, including six additional weekly flights to Toronto Pearson for three times daily service, five additional weekly flights to Calgary International Airport for once daily service, and four additional weekly flights to Vancouver International Airport bringing the service to daily. In total, Flair will service the airport 51 times weekly for summer 2023, up 75 per cent from the current winter schedule.

For more information, visit Flair Airlines' web site.

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