While travel is luxury for many, a new airline plans to make your next flight a whole lot cheaper.
A new airline in Canada called Canadian Jetlines is promising 1000 lucky individuals with $10 airfare.
That’s right – for the price of a couple skytrain rides during the week you could be flying across the country. The only catch is that you have to purchase one of their first available tickets, so you’ll have to be quick on the draw.
In response to skyrocketing ticket prices, a couple of low-cost carriers have emerged in the market. Among them, Canadian Jetlines promises to sell airfare that will cost “less than a pair of jeans.”
Canadian Jetlines With A Catch
Of course, that attractive price tag comes with a catch. Much like other low-cost carriers, they’ll charge you for baggage, seat selection, drinks, printing your ticket and more.
With a base in Hamilton, Ontario, the carrier will also stop in Abbotsford. From there, they plan to expand service across Canada, and to Mexico, the U.S, and the Caribbean.
Swoop Airlines recently announced that they would operate substantially cheaper flights out of Abbotsford. In addition, they currently operate out of Edmonton, Halifax, Toronto and Winnipeg. They provide a viable option for cheaper Canadian airfare. The addition of these airlines puts added pressure on Canada’s major airlines, WestJet Airlines and Air Canada.
Canadian Jetlines plans to commence travel out of Abbotsford in the summer of 2018. Tickets are not available yet and therefore the exact prices are unknown. They will be announced next year prior to June 2018 departures.
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