The Lasalle Post Reporter Staff
Flair Airlines, has announced it will be expanding services to Windsor International Airport (YQG).
In addition to the recently announced route to Tucson, Arizona, Flair will be adding two new routes to Halifax International Airport and Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.
As Windsor is close to neighboring Detroit, the opportunity allows for Canadians to discover both cities affordably.
Once weekly service to Halifax begins on July 8, while twice-weekly service to Montreal begins on July 7.
“Windsor is an exciting new market for us and we’re happy to continue to grow our service here. We’re confident that Windsor will be a popular new destination in our growing network.” said Garth Lund, chief commercial officer, Flair Airlines.
“Flair Airlines brings an important service offering to our region and their business model aligns with the vison Mark Galvin and the Board of Directors have for YQG’s growth,” said Drew Dilkens, mayor of Windsor. “As we begin to re-open after two long years of COVID-19, the pent-up demand for travel options will be significant. I’m hopeful today’s announcement is just the beginning of YQG’s partnership with Flair!”
Windsor International Airport is part of Flair’s recently announced ‘Winter Base’ in Tucson, which will see the airline overnight an aircraft and crew several nights a week during the winter season. It is expected the partnership will bring service to Tucson from Windsor for years to come.
One-way fares, including taxes and fees, begin at $29 to Montreal and $49 to Halifax from Windsor.
There are limited seats and availability for the fares. All routes are available for booking at https://www.flyflair.com.