In need of a vacation, well how does Cancun sound? Summer is definitely going by fast, but don’t worry because Flair Airlines is offering you a reasonable price to fly and enjoy the hot weather in Mexico.
Flair Airlines recently announced that Torontonians won’t have to break the bank if they want to escape reality for a week. The airline is introducing a new non-stop flight route between Toronto and Cancun with prices starting at $109, talk about a deal! This might be the post-pandemic vacation you’ve been waiting for.
According to Flair Airlines, there will be non-stop flights to Cancun twice a week. However, there will be additional frequencies added to several of their Mexico routes.
“We’re delighted to add an additional route to our network in Mexico. We know that Canadians will be looking to beat the winter blues by escaping to the sandy beaches of Cancun, and we’ve added additional service to the airport to allow people to chase the sun affordably,” said Stephen Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Flair Airlines.
Although these affordable Cancun flights aren’t available yet you don’t have to worry about this promo ending because it’s not a sale promotion. Make sure to mark your calendars because this deal will be available on flyflair.com starting from November 3rd!
Mexico isn’t the only place you can fly to at a reasonable price with Flair, you can also catch a flight to Los Angeles, Edmonton, and Vancouver starting from $99 CAD, but limited seats are available. When the price is right who wouldn’t want a mini vacation to the sunny beaches of Mexico?
“As we continue our growth in the Mexican market, we look forward to increasing frequencies on our routes and adding new destinations.Stephen Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Flair Airlines
We can’t wait to be a part of your next sunny vacation,” states Jones.
Flair Airlines makes it past their ‘expiration date’
Accordingly to a recent headline from earlier this year, the affordable alternative airline was given a deadline to figure out some corporate holdings details… as it seems the airlines’ ownership wasn’t “Canadian enough” for the Canadian government. That said, that deadline has come and gone and Flair airlines continues to operate, so our guess is they were able to sort things out. Luckily for us, because now we can hop on a flight to destinations like Cancun for less than a monthly Presto pass.