Flair Airlines suspends service between Kitchener-Waterloo and Montreal

A Flair Airlines Boeing 737-800 jet (C-FFLJ) takes off from Vancouver International Airport, Richmond, B.C. on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Bayne Stanley

Flair Airlines has suspended service between Waterloo International Airport and Montréal-Trudeau International Airport for the time being, according to a company spokesperson.

“The airline has made the decision to stop its winter service to Montreal, from Kitchener-Waterloo for the time being,” the spokesperson said through email.

“Passengers who have booked tickets will receive full refunds.”

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The company, which continues to grow service through the airport in Breslau, is now flying from YKF to 13 destinations.

The spokesperson did not provide a timeline on when service between Montreal and Waterloo would be reinstated.

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“Flair is committed to Waterloo and travelers in the region. As Flair continues to grow its presence, it will continue to invest in existing high-performing routes and expand to new regions travellers in the area want to visit,” the spokesperson said.

They also said the low-cost carrier is looking to hear from area residents on other potential routes it should consider down the road.

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