If you have an extra 737 lying around, Flair is interested in talking to you.
The Kelowna-born, Edmonton-based airline is looking to expand its fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft to offer more flights. The ultra-low-cost carrier currently serves eight Canadian cities with seven aircraft, but it is looking to expand its services both in frequency and reach. Nearly one million passengers travelled on Flair flights in 2019.
The airline, which transitioned from a charter operator to a scheduled low cost airline in 2017, is seeking expressions of interest from lessors with available Boeing 737 aircraft.
Flair flies out of Kelowna International Airport regularly, offering flights to Abbotsford, Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver.
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