Flair Airlines reports 92 per cent load factor for summer 2019

Flair Airlines, a Canadian low cost airline, is pleased to report an average passenger load factor of 92 per cent for July and August 2019.

Over the last few months, as part of it's fleet renewal program, Flair has added three newer Boeing 737-800NG aircraft and is gradually phasing out it's older B737-400s. Flair Airlines Photo
Over the last few months, as part of it’s fleet renewal program, Flair has added three newer Boeing 737-800NG aircraft and is gradually phasing out it’s older B737-400s. Flair Airlines Photo
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“We are delighted with the rapidly growing number of Canadians who have flocked to Flair this summer,” said CEO Jim Scott. “After only one year as an exclusively scheduled carrier we have established Flair as the place to go for low fares, great service and are already recognizing many return customers.”

During the summer, Edmonton-based Flair flew from Vancouver, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto and Halifax. Flair successfully initiated daily non-stop service between Toronto (YYZ) and Vancouver as well as between Toronto and Calgary.

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Over the last few months, as part of it’s fleet renewal program, Flair has added three newer Boeing 737-800NG aircraft and is gradually phasing out it’s older B737-400s. All three additions sport Flair’s distinctive new livery and logo.

By next summer Flair plans to be operating a single-type fleet of B737-800 NGs, which are more fuel efficient and also have longer range capabilities. Flair’s unified fleet will open up a number of exciting southern destinations offered at accessible rates.

While Flair’s year-to-date on-time performance has been one of the best in Canada, the younger aircraft should serve to make it even better.

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