Your fall getaway just got cheaper! Flair Airlines’ seat sale is happening right now and some Canadian flights are $24 one way. Destinations across Canada are covered, including cities like Toronto and Vancouver. You’ll have to be quick though — Wednesday is your last day to book.

If you’ve had to cancel your international vacation this year, how about a true Canadian adventure?

Just in time for the fall colours to arrive, Edmonton-based Flair Airlines has launched a seat sale and tons of tickets cost less than $100.

With participating airports in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Saskatoon and beyond, you could take a budget-friendly "staycation" on the other side of the country.

One-way trips start at just $24 between places like Victoria and Vancouver, while cross-country tickets start at around $90.

There are also deals between places like Winnipeg and Kelowna, Saskatoon and Vancouver, and Prince George and Edmonton.

You can even fly from Vancouver to Toronto for less than $140!

If you’ve ever wanted to explore your home province, or perhaps adventure to a new Canadian city, this offer has got you covered.

The sale ends at 11:59 MDT on September 23, so don't leave it for much later if you're interested in a deal.

Flair Airlines isn’t the only company offering mega deals ahead of the new season.

Air Canada recently revealed a new travel pass that lets you take unlimited domestic flights for up to three months.

The airline also launched a student travel pass, offering locked-in prices and flexible booking terms.

While travel within Canada is permitted in most areas, some local destinations may still require visitors to quarantine.

It’s worth checking the most up-to-date public health information at your destination before visiting.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.


 

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