Flair Airlines’ new look, the first Boeing 737-400 is painted

Flair Airlines on December 19, 2017 issued this statement, photo and video:

Canada’s leader in ultra low fare travel is pleased to announce, its first aircraft with its new livery is complete.  This design was chosen in the summer of 2017 by Canadians during an online customer survey in which several options for the new livery were available to choose from for Flair’s aircraft fleet.

The recently acquired Boeing 737-400 in Flair’s new colors is one of two additional aircraft scheduled to enter service.  “We are excited to unveil our new livery to the public.  The aircraft will take its inaugural flight during the holiday season. We are very proud to showcase our new colours. As the only airline that operates as an ultra low cost carrier in Canada;  we know our passengers will be delighted to fly with us as they continue to enjoy the lowest fares in the country,” says Flair Airlines CEO, Jim Rogers.

Flair intends to make significant announcements early in 2018 about its expansion into Canada’s ULCC market.

Top Photo: Flair Airlines. Ex-Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-490 C-FLRS (msn 28888) is the first to be painted.