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Flair Airlines temporarily suspends Prince George service due to 'adjustments to fleet'

Flights will hopefully resume Dec. 18
Flair Airlines plane on Prince George Airport's runway. (via Facebook/Prince George Airport Authority)

If you've recently booked with Flair Airlines, you'll want to watch your email. 

In a message to the Prince George Airport Authority, the company says its temporarily stopping service in and out of YXS as 'adjustments to the fleet' are being made across its network. 

The airline says the adjustments will begin Nov. 10 with a goal of resuming service by Dec. 18. 

"We apologize for the temporary reduction of service," says Flair Airlines, adding customers whose flights are being cancelled will be received a full refund.

"Flair has seen tremendous support from the Prince George community and we eagerly look forward to continuing to provide affordable travel options that connect families and transform lives."

For those that have had their flights cancelled, Flair says you'll soon receive a notification email detailing the cancellations.

On Oct. 20, Flair Air was listed for COVID-19 exposure by the BC Centre for Disease Control for its Oct. 13 Flight 8187, rows 10 to 16, with services from YXS to Edmonton.

It was the second exposure for Flair through YXS after its Aug. 24 Flight 8711, rows 26 to 32, from Vancouver to Edmonton with a Prince George stop in between was also flagged.