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Lynx Air Takes Off YYC to YYJ

Lynx Air over CalgaryLynx Air's first flight from YYJ took to the skies on 12MAY, marking the beginning of twice weekly return services to YYC. As of 29JUN, Lynx will then expand its return services between YYJ and YYC to three times a week, offering 1,100 seats a week.

To celebrate Lynx's inaugural YYJ flight, the airline has launched a limited-time seat sale, offering up to 50 per cent per cent off all base fares to and from YYJ. The sale runs until 11:59 a.m. MST on 14MAY 2022, and the airline highlights that Canadians can fly to Victoria for as low as CAD $49 one way.

"We are excited to be bringing our ultra-affordable fares to the community of Victoria and Vancouver Island," said Merren McArthur, CEO of Lynx Air. "Whether you are traveling to connect with friends and family, to explore the beautiful coastline of Vancouver Island or to take in the vibrant culture and historic architecture of the Garden City, Lynx will ensure a great flying experience at an ultra-affordable price."

For more information on Lynx Air, visit its web site.

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