Flair Airlines Announces Service to Palm Springs


Palm Springs Lands Third Canadian Airline:
Flair Airlines Announces New Service
Palm Springs, California – Palm Springs International Airport has landed its third Canadian airline, and its
twelfth airline overall, with the announcement of Flair Airline’s planned entry into the Coachella Valley.
Flair Airlines, a Canadian Ultra Low-Cost Carrier, plans to start service to Vancouver, Canada in
late October 2021. The new service to Vancouver will operate twice weekly providing Valley residents
with a third airline option to get to the vibrant southwest Canadian city, and they will be a great ultra-low
fare option for Canadians to visit the Coachella Valley and spend time at our resorts, spas, and the many
events our Valley has to offer.
The first Flair flight to Vancouver will depart in late October 2021 and the route will operate two
days per week for the Valley’s tourist season. The flights will be operated on either their Boeing 737-800
or 737Max aircraft.
“We want Canadians to hear us loud and clear, you don’t have to rack up debt or save for months
to enjoy travel this winter,” says Stephen Jones, President and CEO, Flair Airlines. “For years, Canadians
have been over-paying for air travel to domestic and U.S destinations. Flair is here to ensure that
Canadians are no longer taken advantage of and receive low prices for even better service. The fares to
our new destinations ensure Canadians can easily enjoy travel this winter and spend some muchdeserved time away exploring sunny new places.”
“Canadians have long appreciated our year-round sunshine, world-class special events and
relaxed desert lifestyle,” said Mayor Christy Holstege. “We thank Flair Airlines for adding Palm Springs
International Airport to their network and we look forward to a long relationship.”
“We are excited that Flair Airlines has chosen to add new seasonal service from Vancouver to
PSP beginning this October,” said Gary Orfield, Director of Tourism Development for the Greater Palm
Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau. “In addition to providing more flight options for our Canadian
friends to visit, it will also introduce Greater Palm Springs to new potential visitors loyal with Flair Airlines.”
With the arrival of Flair Airlines Palm Springs International Airport now has service from twelve
airlines to 34 airports in season. For more information about the airlines that serve Palm Springs and the
routes they fly, please visit PalmSpringsAirport.com.

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