Flair Airlines

Flair Airlines is a Canadian airline headquartered in Kelowna, BC with bases in BC, Alberta, and Ontario. Our company operates scheduled domestic passenger services and charters in Canada, USA, and internationally.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

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American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES STICKS BY BOEING 737 MAX COMMITMENT

Simple Flying | April 16, 2020

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The CEO of one of the world’s biggest airlines, American Airlines, is sticking to his guns with their Boeing 737 MAX orders. The airline has 76 MAXs on order, due to join its current fleet of 24 MAXs. But despite the challenges facing Boeing’s MAX program, American Airlines, and the wider aviation industry, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker isn’t planning to defer any 737 MAX deliveries....

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES JOINS VISION 2045 CAMPAIGN TO HIGHLIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS

SOUTHWEST | February 17, 2022

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Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) (the "Company") is excited to announce it has joined the Vision 2045 campaign, a collaboration among multiple organizations and companies to share films and resources that aim to inspire businesses and people to take action toward a more sustainable future. "Southwest® is honored to be part of the Vision 2045 campaign showcasing how the Company is making sustainability a priority through a series of near-ter...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

Read More
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AMERICAN AIRLINES STICKS BY BOEING 737 MAX COMMITMENT

Simple Flying | April 16, 2020

The CEO of one of the world’s biggest airlines, American Airlines, is sticking to his guns with their Boeing 737 MAX orders. The airline has 76 MAXs on order, due to join its current fleet of 24 MAXs. But despite the challenges facing Boeing’s MAX program, American Airlines, and the wider aviation industry, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker isn’t planning to defer any 737 MAX deliveries....

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BUSINESS AVIATION

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES JOINS VISION 2045 CAMPAIGN TO HIGHLIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS

SOUTHWEST | February 17, 2022

Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) (the "Company") is excited to announce it has joined the Vision 2045 campaign, a collaboration among multiple organizations and companies to share films and resources that aim to inspire businesses and people to take action toward a more sustainable future. "Southwest® is honored to be part of the Vision 2045 campaign showcasing how the Company is making sustainability a priority through a series of near-ter...

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