Canadians who are looking to take a cheap trip this summer might just be in luck. Flair Airlines' new destinations allow for inexpensive trips to even more cities. The company is also making sure their flights are clean and safe.\nIn a July 23 press release, Flair announced that five new destinations have been added to their summer schedule: Prince George, Fort McMurray, Regina, Saskatoon, and Victoria.\nThe new routes will start in August, but you can book your trips on the company's website right now.\nEditor's Choice: This Hike 1 Hour From Calgary Leads To A Waterfall Plunging Into A Crystal Clear Lake\nFlights to Prince George will depart from Edmonton and Vancouver, while planes to Fort McMurray, Regina, and Saskatoon will fly from Toronto and Vancouver.\n"We continuously receive requests from our passengers to service these communities," Flair CEO Jim Scott said in a statement.\n"Many of these areas are experiencing reduced accessibility, and we know that Canadians need affordable air fares now more than ever. We are committed to supporting these communities across the country as they safely reopen to travel."\nFlair will also still be flying to cities like Edmonton, Winnipeg, and Kelowna. Some of the routes, including Victoria to Vancouver, have fares as low as $50.\nYou spoke. And we listened. We’re proud to give Canadians more airline options, for less. Introducing Flair Airlines flights to Fort McMurray, Prince George, Victoria, Regina and Saskatoon coming August 2020. Learn more and book now at https://t.co/pcbIwj11qs #flairfliesfurther— flair airlines (@FlairAirlines) July 24, 2020\nFlair is also taking steps to ensure passenger safety on their flights. They note in their release that all of their planes have been thoroughly disinfected and are utilizing HEPA filters to keep the air inside the craft clean.\nView this post on Instagram A stunning shot by @thetrain.aviation in front of @yvrairport ✈️ A post shared by flair airlines (@flairairlines) on Jul 14, 2020 at 2:30pm PDT\nPassengers also go through a visual mask check and have their temperatures taken before boarding the flight, along with answering a health questionnaire.\nWhile air travel has not been in high demand during the global pandemic, more Canadian airlines, including Porter and Air Transat, are resuming flights to some destinations.\nWith more places to fly, Canadians can think about some of the domestic destinations they'd like to visit. They might even be places you never even thought of travelling to before.