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Flair Air becomes Flair Airlines, introduces a new livery

Flair Air (Kelowna) on July 25, 2017 officially changed its name back to Flair Airlines. The airline wanted a new look for its revised name and held an online “Paint the Plane” contest.

Renae Ferchoff-Ambler was announced as the winner with her winning design (above).

The airline has also introduced a new logo.

Flair Airlines is adding additional flights to Kelowna, Toronto (Pearson) and Vancouver.

Image: Flair Airlines.

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NewLeaf (Flair Air) to operate between Edmonton and Winnipeg

NewLeaf (Flair Air) to operate between Edmonton and Winnipeg

NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. has announced an expansion to its route map, with a new nonstop flight addition between Edmonton and Winnipeg. Flights can be booked anytime on the new YEG to YWG route, which will run on Thursdays and Sundays beginning August 21, 2016.

The new route expands NewLeaf Travel’s flight service out of Edmonton, which already runs direct flights from YEG to Hamilton, Kamloops and Abbotsford.

As an ultra‐low cost travel company, NewLeaf works with Flair Airlines to offer base fares that are significantly less than other Canadian carriers. It achieves this through cost‐saving measures such as operating out of smaller airports with lower landing fees; flying a simple point‐to‐point network with minimal time between flights; and offering customers à la carte purchase of options such as carry-on and checked baggage, priority boarding, and call centre assistance for a fee.

NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. is a privately-held Canadian company headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba that provides leisure travellers with low fares and travel options that are unbundled and transparent. See more at http://www.GoNewLeaf.ca

Flair Airlines Ltd. is a Canadian airline with operations based in Kelowna, Calgary and Hamilton.

Copyright Photo: Flair Air Boeing 737-4B3 C-FLEJ (msn 24751) YUL (Gilbert Hechema). Image: 911647.

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NewLeaf Travel is back with more destinations, will start on July 25 using Flair Air

NewLeaf Travel is back with more destinations, will start on July 25 using Flair Air

NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. on June 23, 2016 announced it will resume sales with ultra low fares and an expanded route map. Customers will be able to book flights on the NewLeaf Travel Company website (GoNewLeaf.ca) to/from an expanded list of 12 Canadian cities: Halifax, Moncton, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Kelowna, Kamloops, Fort St. John, Abbotsford and Victoria. The first flights will take off July 25, 2016.

NewLeaf 2016 logo (LRW)

In March 2016, the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) completed its review of licensing regulations and determined that, as a reseller of air services, NewLeaf Travel Company is not required to hold an airline license. Flights booked through NewLeaf will be operated by Flair Airlines, a licensed Canadian airline with an experienced crew and pilots flying Boeing 737‐400 passenger jets.

As an ultra‐low cost travel company, NewLeaf will work with Flair Airlines (above) to offer base fares that are significantly less than other Canadian carriers. It will achieve this through cost‐saving measures such as operating out of airports with lower landing fees; flying a simple point‐to‐point network with minimal time between flights; and offering customers à la carte purchase of options such as carry-on and checked baggage, priority boarding, and call centre assistance for a fee.

NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. is a privately-held Canadian company headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Photo: Flair Air Boeing 737-4B6 C-FLER (msn 24573) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 911648.

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NewLeaf 6.16 Route Map

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NewLeaf to launch operations on February 12 using Flair Airlines

NewLeaf (Flair) 737-400 (15)(Flt)(NewLeaf)(LR)

NewLeaf Travel Company, Inc. (Winnipeg) has announced it will launch ultra low-fare scheduled airline operations (using Flair Airlines Boeing 737-400s) (Kelowna) on February 12 from Abbotsford, Kelowna, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Hamilton and Halifax. The company will serve smaller and secondary airports in Canada.

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Schedule: CLICK HERE

NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. is a privately held Canadian company headquartered at the James Armstrong Richardson International Airport in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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NewLeaf 1.2016 Route Map

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