Direct service to Vancouver will begin August 01 with service on Wednesday and Sunday.
Direct service to Toronto will begin on August 04 with service on Wednesday and Saturday.
“We are excited to have been chosen the Peace Country’s first ultra-low-cost airline service and we look forward to strong support from travelers,”, said Brian Grant, CEO for the Grande Prairie Airport. “Flair is well known for its low fares and direct flights from regional markets and is pleased to enter our region”.
“Grande Prairie Airport works continuously to entice new airlines and the best possible choices for our region”, indicates Fletcher Bootle, Chair of the Grande Prairie Airport Commission. “The perseverance and knowledge of our team has shown that even in the grip of a pandemic our senior management was able to attract two new airlines to our market as we recover from many months of severe operational challenges”.
Grande Prairie is the 20th destination served by Flair Airlines as it grows rapidly to meet the demand for low fare travel across Canada. Service is scheduled to be provided with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft and is the Grande Prairie region’s first direct services to major domestic centers outside of Alberta.