Hop aboard and get out of town for not a lot of money if you’re willing to travel
Residents of Metro Vancouver looking for inexpensive domestic tickets can now take advantage of select low cost flights with Flair Airlines.
Residents can board with fares of C $ 39, all taxes and fees included, from Vancouver on a direct flight to Grand Prairie, Alta. However, there are several other options that cost only slightly more. For example, a flight to Calgary or Edmonton costs only CA $ 10 more than a direct flight from Vancouver (CA $ 49).
Flights from Vancouver to Montreal or Toronto start at CA $ 89 direct, while flights from Abbotsford to Toronto cost CA $ 49.
The low-cost Canadian airline also offers low-cost non-stop flights between eight Canadian cities and six US destinations: Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Sanford, Hollywood-Burbank, Palm Springs, Phoenix and Las Vegas.
The new service to the six US cities is one of several new destinations that Flair is adding to its network as the airline rapidly expands to serve 26 destinations in Canada and the United States.
You can browse dates and book tickets with Flair online.
Until midnight on Friday, January 7, locals can also take advantage of the 25% reduction on base fares from Swoop, which offers several low-cost options to destinations across Canada, the United States and Mexico. .
Don’t have your Canadian vaccination passport yet?
British Columbians who wish to travel now have the option of downloading the new federal proof of vaccination, but there are a few things to consider before booking a flight.
On October 29, Canada’s vaccination card was made available to residents of British Columbia who wish to travel within Canada and abroad.
Find out how you can get your federal proof of vaccination.