Canada's New 'Ultra-Affordable' Airline Now Has More Routes & Flight Prices Start At $39

There are routes from six different Canadian cities! ✈️

Canada's New 'Ultra-Affordable' Airline Now Has More Routes & Flight Prices Start At $39
Senior Editor

If you've been looking for cheap flights from Canada, look no further. New Canadian airline Lynx Air calls itself an "ultra-affordable" carrier, and ticket prices start at just $39 one way.

On February 15, the company announced that its network now includes six Canadian cities: Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Kelowna and Victoria.

The low-cost carrier is promising "ultra-affordable" tickets between these destinations, with introductory prices starting at $39 one way between select spots.

For example, if you want to take a trip between Vancouver and Calgary or between Kelowna and Vancouver, it will cost you less than $40.

Introductory tickets between Toronto and Calgary start at $49, while you can fly between Vancouver and Toronto for $69. Flights between Toronto and Winnipeg will set you back $69 each way, too.

Back in January 2022, the company confirmed that its first Canadian flights would take to the skies on April 7.

It says it has adopted an "ultra low-cost carrier model" by offering cheap tickets, flexibility and choice to Canadian travellers.

When the company launched, the CEO said the cheap fare structure is based on "simplicity, efficiency and empowering customers to pay for what they want and nothing more."

If your dream vacation spot isn't on the list yet, don't worry. The airline says it has plans to introduce even more domestic short- and long-haul flights soon, before expanding into the U.S. and eventually worldwide.

In the meantime, budget airline Swoop recently confirmed its expansion into the United States with one-way tickets to places like New York, Chicago, Nashville, San Francisco and Los Angeles starting at $99.

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Helena Hanson
Senior Editor
Helena Hanson is a Senior Editor for Narcity Media, leading the Travel and Money teams. She previously lived in Ottawa, but is now based in the U.K.