Canada’s Flair Airlines is establishing itself as a low-cost carrier, thanks to its recent acquisition of NewLeaf Travel Co. Flair, an established charter operator based in Kelowna, British Columbia, has been flying NewLeaf-branded flights since their launch in July 2016. Because NewLeaf was at the time not technically an airline—it called itself “a reseller of air tickets”—it partnered with Flair to operate its flights. The flights will be sold under the Flair ...

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