KELOWNA, British Columbia, Dec. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Flair Airlines, the airline that is reinventing domestic air travel in Canada, announced it will no longer charge passengers for carry-on luggage. Effective December 1st 2017 for anyone booking their flights in December; Flair will remove the $30 carry-on baggage fee.
"We have listened very closely to the input from our passengers," said Chris Lapointe, Vice President Commercial Operations. "Removing the carry-on baggage fee is something that we are excited to do as an airline. We know how important this is to the travelling public in Canada."
Flair Airlines allows for one small personal item, and now one carry-on bag per person free of charge. Standard luggage sizes apply. Passengers will be required to pay for other checked bags. "We want our passengers to have a positive experience with us, and if that requires us removing this fee, then we are delighted to respond," stated Lapointe.
Flair Airlines has recently started distributing their content via Amadeus GDS – the largest travel and tourism industry technology provider in the world. Distribution of its content will offer opportunities to tens of thousands of travel companies (travel agencies) across the world to use Flair Airlines services. Reservations booked in Amadeus GDS can be issued via BSP-Canada and ARC- USA while in secondary markets around the world Flair Airlines tickets can be issued via Hahn Airlines (HR-169) interline.
About Flair Airlines
Flair Airlines Ltd is a Canadian Airline based in Kelowna, BC. Flair operates a fleet of 7 Boeing 737 aircrafts and recently received delivery of additional aircrafts. Airline announced new service between Toronto Pearson Intl Airport, Vancouver Intl Airport and Kelowna and Edmonton on December 15th 2017. Flair Airlines recently acquired assets of NewLeaf travel company, with intent to expand its scheduled service within Canada and United States. For more information, see www.flairairlines.com
SOURCE Flair Airlines