March 18, 2022 By The Canadian Press
TORONTO — Lynx Air says it will begin flying out of Hamilton later this summer in an effort to expand its service in the Toronto region.
The new discount airline says it will fly twice per week between Hamilton and Calgary beginning June 29, increasing to four flights weekly a month later.
Hamilton’s John C Munro International Airport, about 75 kilometres west of Toronto Pearson Airport, offers service on WestJet, Swoop, Transat and Sunwing.
Lynx says it will fly to six destinations from the Toronto: Halifax, St. John’s, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
The airline, which launches next month, also plans to increase the frequency of its flights between Toronto and Calgary to 12 flights per week from seven as of June 28.
By the end of July, Lynx will offer 92 flights per week on its Boeing 737 aircraft in and out of the Toronto area.
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