Flair Airlines fires up four Canadian domestic city pairs

Flair Airlines Toronto Pearson

Cutting the ribbon at Toronto Pearson to open Flair Airlines’ new service to Edmonton are Mirza Smajic, Director of Passenger Sales & Marketing, Flair Airlines, and Scott Armstrong, Director of External Communications, Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA). The airline will operate the 2,689-kilometre link on its 737-400s.

  • Flair Airlines, which now operates a fleet of six 737-400s, added four new routes to its network this week. It will now operate from Edmonton (YEG) to Toronto Pearson (YYZ), Kelowna (YLW) and Vancouver (YVR). The carrier has also inaugurated a link from Vancouver to Kelowna. All four routes are poised to face intense direct competition. The average sector length of the four routes is 1,082 kilometres and the mean weekly frequency is 4.8. 
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
15-Dec Edmonton (YEG) Toronto Pearson (YYZ) B734 (7) Air Canada (56), WestJet (46)
Vancouver (YVR) B734 (5) WestJet (59), Air Canada (55)
Vancouver (YVR) Kelowna (YLW) B734 (4) Air Canada (68), WestJet (55), Air North (1)
16-Dec Edmonton (YEG) B734 (3) WestJet (38)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 19 December 2017. WF = Weekly Frequency.


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