Lynx Air, a new airline based in Canada, has begun operations, marking its entry into the country’s burgeoning ultra-low-cost carrier industry.
On April 7, 2022, the airline’s Boeing 737 MAX 8, designated C-GJSL, took off from Calgary International Airport (YYC) and landed at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), marking the airline’s maiden flight.
Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Kelowna, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Victoria, and Hamilton are among the nine locations now served by Lynx.
Sunwing Airlines, Flair Airlines, Air Canada Rouge, Porter Airlines, Swoop Airlines, and the soon-to-be-launched Canada Jetlines are among the country’s cheap airlines (JETMF).
💸Everyday low base fares make travel easy for all
🛩 Experience the future of air travel in the latest generation Boeing 737
🖥 Easy online booking (plus promo codes for Lynx Insiders) pic.twitter.com/cxw9i66hZj
— Lynx Air (@Lynx_Air) April 7, 2022
Lynx Air has three Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes in its fleet. The airline announced definitive orders and leasing agreements for 46 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in 2021, with deliveries planned over the next seven years.
The airline used to be known as Enerjet until changing its name to Lynx Air. It was a charter airline based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.