Looking forward to a sunny escape south of the border this winter?
If you aren't looking to fly too far but still want to experience warm, dry weather, Palm Springs offers pleasant weather through the fall and winter.
While the federal government still advises against all non-essential travel outside of Canada, the Great White North may see international advisories lifted before the end of the year.
Flair Airlines, a low-cost Canadian carrier, has announced that it will offer several flights out of the Lower Mainland to popular tourist destinations south of the border starting this fall.
Fly to Palm Springs from Vancouver this fall
Now, the airline will offer direct one-way and return flights to Palm Springs for a steal. For example, a flight departing Vancouver International airport (YVR) on Thursday, Nov. 4 costs a total of $99.01 CAD including all taxes and fees.
A return ticket from Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) is the same price, so a total round-trip ticket costs $198.01 CAD including all taxes and fees.
The budget Canadian airline will now offer non-stop, low-fare flights between eight Canadian cities and six U.S destinations: Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Sanford, Phoenix-Mesa, Hollywood-Burbank, Palm Springs and Las Vegas.
The new service to the six U.S cities is among several new destinations Flair is adding to its network as the airline rapidly grows to serve 26 destinations in Canada and the U.S.
You can browse dates and book tickets with Flair online.