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Flair Airlines expanding to Atlantic Canada in May

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airlines have been among those taking a big financial hit because of COVID-19. Service cuts as a result of pandemic travel restrictions has led to some airports having no commercial traffic at all but that’s about to change.Flair Airlines, an Alberta-based ultra-low-cost carrier, has announced plans to add eight new routes this spring including three in Atlantic Canada — Saint John, N.B., Halifax, N.S., and Charlottetown, P.E.I.The airline is betting an economic recovery and its own design will allow it to withstand lower revenues better than others.“We do see that recovery is on the horizon,” said Sarah Riches, vice-president of customer service for Flair.“We have a lot of faith in the Canadian government as the vaccinations roll out and.

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