Another Canadian low-cost carrier is offering significant savings on flights departing at the end of the month and carrying into spring.
Flair is offering a whopping 90 per cent off all base fares on flights departing between Feb. 21 and Apr. 30 as part of its "Flashback" sale; there are no blackout dates. The promotion code FLYFLAIR90 should automatically apply to flights that you select. However, ensure that it does by looking for the "whoo hoo!" in purple followed by the note that "your promocode has applied. Enjoy the lower fare."
The sale will end on Thursday (Feb. 17) at 11:59 p.m.
While the budget airline already offers a bevy of cheap tickets to numerous key destinations across the country, the sale shaves a little bit of money of all of their routes—no matter how low the cost of tickets already are.
For example, a one-way ticket for a flight from Vancouver to Grande Prairie, AB regularly starts at as little as $38.78 CAD including all taxes and fees. However, with the discount you can shave a few more dollars with this ultra-low fare, bringing the cost down to $34.26 CAD.
While you may a few hundred dollars to fly direct from Vancouver to Montreal with other carriers, Flair offers the popular route for a steal. In the example below, you'll enjoy significant savings on a one-way fare, dropping the cost of the ticket down to a jaw-dropping $45.26 CAD including all taxes and fees.
You can browse dates and book tickets with Flair online.
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