Canada’s Flair Airlines, seemingly betting on its ULCC cost advantage against more traditional mainline carriers, will consolidate its southern Ontario flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), pulling out of Hamilton’s John C. Munro International (YHM). The revamped schedule, effective in late October, adds daily YYZ-Winnipeg nonstops to existing flights to Edmonton. A new Calgary-Abbotsford daily nonstop will also debut on Flair’s winter ...

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