NewLeaf temporarily suspends sales, refunds reservations
NewLeaf Travel Company, the new Canadian discount airline that launched Jan. 6, has had to postpone its plans to begin operations in February and will refund any reservations while its licensing is reviewed.
January 19, 2016 By CBC News
In a release on Monday, the new air service said its position was “ambiguous” while the Canadian Transportation Agency reviews licensing of indirect air service carriers.
NewLeaf had a charter arrangement with Kelowna, B.C.-based Flair Airlines Ltd., with Flair holding the CTA operating licence, while NewLeaf sold the seats. | READ MORE