Flair Scrambles To Find Alternate Aircraft To Meet Summer Demand
Canadian ULCC Flair Airlines is working to meet its capacity targets for the busy summer travel season after lessor Airborne seized three Boeing 737-8s and one 737-800 from the airline. The seizure took place on March 11, but the airline has returned to a full schedule “because we had three [Boeing...
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