Flair Airlines appoints 5 vice-presidents and 1 new director

While the Canadian aviation industry is being restricted by its larger carriers, Flair Airlines continues its evolution to make travel more accessible, more affordable, and more desirable for all.

Flair's new management team comes with a wealth of experience throughout the aviation industry. Flair Airlines Photo
Flair’s new management team comes with a wealth of experience throughout the aviation industry. Flair Airlines Photo
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A management team with strong experience in the domestic ULCC market

Capt Matt Kunz has been appointed to vice-president, Flight Operations. Serving as Flair Airlines’ chief pilot since September 2018, Kunz was previously a senior captain with Emirates Airlines.

Flair airlines’ director of maintenance Guy Borowski is promoted to vice-president, Maintenance. Borowski was formerly the vice-president of Technical Operations for Spirit Airlines.

Sarah Riches becomes vice-president, Commercial after serving as Flair airlines’ commercial director. Riches holds previous experience from the airline Canadian North.

Jocelyn Harris has been promoted from director, Finance to vice-president, Finance. Prior to joining Flair airlines, Harris was acting director of Financial Accounting for the Edmonton Airport Authority.

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Richard Williams is named vice-president, Human Resources. Williams served as Flair airlines’ director of Human Resources and previously held management positions with EPCOR, Capital Power and ATCO.

Sandy Burns is appointed director, In-Flight Services. Burns has been and continues to serve as Flair airlines’ flight attendant manager and has occupied management positions with WestJet Encore and Jazz.

“We are excited about our new executive team who will help Flair Airlines continue to grow as Canada’s only independent low-cost airline,” said Flair’s CEO Jim Scott. “This dynamic team of industry leading aviation experts will guide Flair Airlines into the future of providing Canadians with the lowest possible airfare.”

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