Canadian Adventure with Flair Airlines

This month we’re giving a lucky rewards member flights for two to fly anywhere Flair Airlines flies within Canada, non-stop from Edmonton.

With Flair Airlines, you can fly non-stop from Edmonton to Kelowna, Abbotsford, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Hamilton and Toronto for fares as low as $49 one way. Their low fares get you from here to there with the convenience of being able to add the extras you love, à-la-carte style.


Kelowna is the perfect destination for avid golfers, wine connoisseurs and beach lovers. Play a round at one of Kelowna’s top golf courses, tour Kelowna’s many wineries and bring your beach towel and relax at Lake Okanagan. For a unique experience, rent a bicycle and ride through Kelowna’s old train trestle bridges that have been converted to bicycle paths.


Spectacular mountain peaks and lush river valleys combined with unique shops and local restaurants make Abbotsford the perfect Canadian getaway. After you’ve taken in Abbotsford, rent a car and discover Chilliwack, Surrey, Richmond and even Vancouver.


From family-friendly fun to thrill-seeking exploits; from marine exploring to mountaintop luxury, you'll find plenty of things to do in Vancouver. Include whale watching and Stanley Park in your itinerary, and make sure to check out Vancouver’s bustling food scene. Visit tourismvancouver.com to start planning your trip.


There’s no shortage of things to see and do when you visit Winnipeg. Don’t miss their famous Fringe Festival, catch an awe-inspiring performance by Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet and make sure to visit The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada’s newest attraction with 11 powerful, interactive exhibits promoting change for a better world.


Did you know that Niagara Falls is only an hour drive from Hamilton? Rent a car in Hamilton and visit one of Canada’s most well-known attractions.

If you love nature, then Hamilton is the place for you! Stop by one of the many waterfalls including Tiffany Falls Conservation, Albion Falls, Devil’s Punchbowl Falls and more. There’s also many hiking trails including the Bruce Trail and the Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail! If history is your calling, visit the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, the Canadian Football Hall of Fame & Museum and the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre.


If you live for hustle and bustle, then you must visit Canada’s biggest urban metropolis, Toronto. There’s many famous sites to see including the CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, Old City Hall, Casa Loma and more. Take a stroll through High Park, step back in time at Royal Ontario Museum and visit North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel at Ripley’s Aquarium Canada. Look here for more to see and do.

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