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Flair Airlines announced it will begin service in the cities of Prince George, Fort McMurray, Regina, and Saskatoon, with a much-anticipated return to Victoria. All flights are available for purchase here.
“We continuously receive requests from our passengers to service these communities,” said Jim Scott, chief executive officer of Flair. “Many of these areas are experiencing reduced accessibility, and we know that Canadians need affordable air fares now more than ever. We are committed to supporting these communities across the country as they safely reopen to travel.”
As Flair continues to lead the way with affordable options, safety remains its highest priority. Passengers who choose to travel can expect to complete a visual mask check, answer a health check questionnaire, and have their temperature taken prior to boarding the aircraft. Enhanced aircraft disinfecting measures and the use of HEPA filters will remain in effect for the foreseeable future. HEPA filters remove 99.99 per cent of particles, including viruses, and circulate fresh air into the cabins every two to three minutes.