Flair Airlines: Aircraft Seizures Will Not Deter Summer Plans

Eric Tanner

Flair's Eric Tanner explains how Flair has adapted after four of its 737s were seized by lessor Airborne Capital.

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CHICAGO—Canadian ULCC Flair Airlines is vowing to carry on and operate a full schedule this summer in the aftermath of lessor Airborne Capital’s March 11 seizure of four of its aircraft. “The last two weeks have been a little bit weird,” Flair's VP of revenue management and network planning Eric...
David Casey

David Casey is Editor in Chief of Routes, the global route development community's trusted source for news and information.

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