You can fly direct from Vancouver to Montreal for $45 CAD

A Canadian airline is offering 90% off all base fares on flights to many destinations.

Another low-cost Canadian carrier is offering significant savings on flights departing at the end of the month and carrying through spring.

Flair is offering a whopping 90% off all base fares on flights departing between February 21 and April 30 as part of its “Flashback” sale; there are no blackout dates. Promo code FLYFLAIR90 should automatically apply to the flights you select. However, make sure it is by searching for the “whoo hoo!” in purple followed by the note that “Your promo code has been applied. Take advantage of the lowest rate.”

The sale will end on Thursday (February 17) at 11:59 p.m.

While the low-cost airline is already offering a slew of cheap tickets to many key destinations across the country, the sale is squeezing money from all of their routes quite a bit, regardless of the already low ticket prices.

For example, a one-way ticket for a flight from Vancouver to Grande Prairie, AB regularly starts at as little as $38.78 CAD, including taxes and fees. However, with the discount, you can save a few extra bucks with this ultra-low rate, bringing the cost down to C$34.26.

Photo via Flair Airlines

While you may want a few hundred dollars to fly direct from Vancouver to Montreal with other carriers, Flair offers the popular route for one flight. In the example below, you’ll enjoy significant savings on a one-way ticket, reducing the cost of the ticket to $45.26 CAD including taxes and fees.

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. Photo via Flair Airlines

You can browse dates and book tickets with Flair online.

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