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Hot deal alert: You can fly from Los Angeles to Vancouver for only $21 CAD incl. tax

There are several other hot deals as part of this massive sale, including flights across Canada for $69 CAD.
A Flair Airlines offers discounts on flights out of the Lower Mainland and across Canada in August 2022 to places including San Fransisco and Toronto.

**Update as of Aug. 9 at midnight: The Los Angeles to Vancouver has increased from $21 to $26.57 CAD including tax.*

Flair Airlines is offering another massive sale on flights departing out of the Lower Mainland and across Canada. 

Metro Vancouverites looking to catch cheap flights in 2022 still have several options to choose from, depending on their destination and the flexibility of their travel dates. 

The discount carrier is offering 40 per cent off all of its base fares as part of its "Fallin' for lower fares" sale that ends at 10:59 p.m. on Thursday (Aug. 4). The sale is valid for travel between Sept. 6 and Nov. 29 but cannot be booked on Thanksgiving weekend from Oct. 7 to Oct. 11. 

Simply enter the promotional code TAKEOFF40 to take advantage of the offering. 

For example, folks looking to travel back east can take advantage of airfare that costs under $69 CAD for a one-way ticket from Vancouver to Toronto this fall. 

Photo via Flair Airlines

Locals looking to fly south of the border can also visit California for less, even for a ticket departing this month. A flight that departs on Sunday (Aug. 28) costs $89.01 CAD per person including all taxes and fees before the discount. 

Photo via Flair Airlines

If you want to fly down to Los Angeles' Burbank airport you can expect to pay about the same, however, return flights start at strikingly low prices. For example, one ticket shows a direct flight to Vancouver on Sept. 15 for only $21.53 CAD including all taxes and fees. 

Photo via Flair Airlines

You can book your sale tickets with Flair Airlines

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