New Airline To Offer Domestic Flights As Cheap As $89
Cheap flights? Sign me up.
Ever wanted to explore more on Canada? Now's your chance!
A new airline, called "NewLeaf", is set to offer super cheap flights between seven Canadian cities, with fares as low as $89 for a one-way flight.
As of Feb. 12th, flights are available from seven Canadian airports:
- Abbotsford, B.C.
- Hamilton, Ont.
- Kelowna, B.C.
All these cities have "second-tier" airports which allows for cheaper landing fees, which allows for such cheap flights. Conveniently, all these cities are a quick drive to major cities.
The lowest fee of $89 includes all applicable taxes, and even the highest priced route and seat will cap out at $149, one way.
NewLeaf said it can save money in part because it won't offer its seats on any third-party travel websites, which charge airlines a fee to post and make sales there. "That's one of the things that lets us keep costs low," says CEO.
Check out their routes below and more from NewLeaf HERE.