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Flair unveils winter schedule, announces Toronto-Guadalajara route

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  •   04-11-2024  5:33 pm
  •   Pax Global Media

Flair unveils winter schedule, announces Toronto-Guadalajara route
Flair Airlines has unrolled its winter schedule, announcing a new non-stop Toronto to Guadalajara route starting in September. (Pax Global Media/file photo)
Pax Global Media

Flair Airlines unrolled its winter schedule on Thursday (April 11), putting a spotlight on a new non-stop Toronto to Guadalajara, Mexico route that will take off this fall. 

The ultra-low cost carrier (Canada's only, following the demise of Lynx Air) will begin the new route on Sept. 13.  

Last year, Flair announced its first nonstop from Vancouver to Guadalajara "which was met with overwhelming success," the airline said in a press release.

READ MORE: Flair CEO wants some of Lynx’s aircraft to bolster growth plans

In addition to the introduction of the Toronto to Guadalajara route, Flair's fall and winter schedule offers access to other sun destinations, like Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Los Cabos, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Fort Lauderdale, during the winter and access to low fares for domestic routes. 

Flair says it will announce additional domestic, transcontinental, and international routes over the coming weeks. 

 "With our winter flight schedule, we're proud to reaffirm our commitment to serving Canadians with convenience and accessibility. Adding a new nonstop route from Toronto to Guadalajara underscores our dedication to connecting communities and expanding access across North America. This expansion reflects our ongoing investment in meeting the evolving travel needs of our passengers, and we're excited to continue enhancing our network to better serve our valued customers. We will also announce additional routes and schedules in the coming weeks" said Garth Lund, chief commercial officer (CCO), in a statement.

Flair's 2024-25 winter/spring schedule

Route

Frequency 

Start Date

Starting Fare

Calgary (YYC) - Kelowna (YLW)

4 x weekly

December 17, 2024

$54

Cancun (CUN) - Edmonton (YEG)

3 x weekly

December 17, 2024

$157

Cancun (CUN) - Ottawa (YOW)

2 x weekly

December 17, 2024

$124

Cancun (CUN) - Montreal (YUL)

7 x weekly

October 26, 2024

$167

Cancun (CUN) - Vancouver (YVR)

7 x weekly

October 28, 2024

$177

Cancun (CUN) - Winnipeg (YWG)

2 x weekly

December 18, 2024

$129

Cancun (CUN) - London (YXU)

2 x weekly

December 16, 2024

$124

Cancun (CUN) - Calgary (YYC)

3 x weekly

December 16, 2024

$157

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - Kitchener/Waterloo (YKF)

3 x weekly

December 29, 2024

$34

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - Montreal (YUL)

11 x weekly

October 8, 2024

$50

Las Vegas (LAS) - Edmonton (YEG)

4 x weekly

September 17, 2024

$50

Las Vegas (LAS) - Vancouver (YVR)

7 x weekly

October 27, 2024

$40

Las Vegas (LAS) - Calgary (YYC)

4 x weekly

September 13, 2024

$39

Phoenix (PHX) - Edmonton YEG)

3 x weekly

January 9, 2025

$55

Phoenix (PHX) - Vancouver (YVR)

3 x weekly

February 16, 2025

$51

Phoenix (PHX) - Calgary (YYC)

3 x weekly

October 29, 2024

$36

Puerto Vallarta (PVR) - Edmonton (YEG)

4 x weekly

October 27, 2024

$135

Puerto Vallarta (PVR) - Kitchener/Waterloo (YKF)

1 x weekly

November 2, 2024

$129

Puerto Vallarta (PVR) - Calgary (YYC)

4 x weekly

October 8, 2024

$129

Los Cabos (SJD) - Vancouver (YVR)

2 x weekly

February 15, 2025

$146

Vancouver (YVR) - Kelowna (YLW)

7 x weekly

October 28, 2024

$24

Guadalajara (GDL) - Toronto (YYZ)

3 x weekly

September 13, 2024

$109

*Additional routes and schedules forthcoming; dates, frequencies and fares subject to change.

The schedule comes after a report revealed that Flair would fly some 600 fewer flights in March, April and May when compared to the same period of time in 2023.

Flair CEO Stephen Jones denied last month that its spring schedule had been changed, saying it was set in August 2023 to reflect "a network tailored to meet the wants and needs of Canadian travellers.”

Earlier this year, it was revealed that Flair owes the federal government some $67.2 million in unpaid taxes, but Jones says the airline has a deal with the Canada Revenue Agency to pay the owed amount and that the order will not impact operations.


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