Canadians don't see sub-$100 round-trip fares too often, but ultra-low-cost competition is heating up. Flair Air has many fares priced at just $98 CAD round-trip for travel this spring/fall.
Since WestJet owned Swoop has announced plans to launch service next month, Flair Air has added many new routes of their own, including a few from WestJet's hub city in Calgary. Flair Air is based in Kelowna, but their largest hub is in Edmonton. They also focus on flights out of Winnipeg and Vancouver.
This sale has no expiration date so fares may jump at any time. These fares have most availability for fall travel through October 9, though you'll find scattered dates in the spring/summer on a few routes.
New service starting June 15:
New service starting June 16:
All of these fares also work in the reverse direction. Prices are listed in USD on our linked pages.
Flair Air is an ultra-low-cost-carrier similar to Spirit and Frontier. Their fares only include one personal item up to 7kg that must fit under the seat in front of you. Checked bag fees start at $27-$29 CAD when booked online. Larger carry-on bag fees start at $32-$35 CAD. There is also an extra fee if you would like to choose a specific seat and pretty much anything else including snacks and beverages onboard.
You may also purchase bundled fares, which include a few extras for a discount over purchasing each extra separately. To find out more about Flair Air, go here.