Ticket reservations for the brand new airline Lynx Air have officially launched and flights can be found for just $39.
According to a press release from the airline, Lynx has adopted the ultra-low-cost carrier model, which has revolutionized air travel in Europe and the United States, with low fares, flexibility and choice.
Lynx’s destinations are Calgary, Vancouver, Kelowna, Toronto and Winnipeg. Lynx’s first flight will take to the skies on April 7, 2022, from Calgary to Vancouver.
During the remainder of April, the airline’s network will expand to Toronto, Winnipeg and Kelowna. In May, Lynx will operate 76 flights a week – and that’s just the beginning! Lynx says their network will continue to grow, with more destinations and routes as the airline ramps up its busy season.
A one-way flight from Vancouver to Calgary can be found from $49, while a one-way ticket from Calgary to Toronto starts from $69. To fly from Kelowna to Vancouver, fares start at $39.
Return flights from Calgary to Vancouver can be found for a base fare of $88, while a return flight from Toronto to Calgary costs $118.55.
It is important to note that passengers are allowed to bring one personal item on board free of charge, which must be stored under the seat for you. Additional hand baggage and checked baggage are allowed for a fee. If you would like to select your select or have priority boarding you can do this for an additional cost.
Follow the steps below to view more Lynx fares or book a flight.
- Visit the Lynx Air website: flylynx.com
- Select your departure and arrival destinations, travel dates and indicate whether the flight is a one-way or return flight, then click on ‘Search’.
- Make sure to check the “Best rate calendar” box if your travel dates are flexible, to browse dates with the lowest prices.
- Select your dates.
- Confirm your dates and rate.
- Choose add-ons such as baggage, priority boarding and seat selection.
- Fill in your passenger details and proceed with payment and confirmation. Good trip!
Calgary has been selected as the airline’s headquarters, and the company, formerly known as Enerjet, is a privately held Canadian airline with the financial backing and industry expertise needed to help transform the country’s aviation landscape.
The airline says it has secured firm orders and leases for a total of 46 aircraft over the next seven years to meet expected demand.
—Lynx Air (@Lynx_Air) December 23, 2021
Lynx combines low fares, a fleet of brand new Boeing 737 aircraft (with advanced fuel-efficient technology and large overhead bins), and excellent customer service to create an exceptional travel experience.
“Get all the services you want (and none you don’t) with our easy a la carte booking process,” reads Lynx Air’s website.