Following a successful first season, Lynx Air (Lynx) is returning to Fredericton next year a month earlier and with even more flights.
The season begins in May 2024, when Lynx will again offer affordable links between New Brunswick, Ontario, and Alberta. The ultra-affordable airline will offer 4 services a week (increased from 3 flights in 2023) between New Brunswick’s most central airport, YFC and both Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Toronto Pearson International (YYZ). The Fredericton – Calgary service will operate as a “through flight” via Toronto Pearson, providing a seamless service with a single boarding pass and the ability to check bags through to their final destination.
“Demand for Lynx flights was strong in their first season, and we’re excited to have them grow here in Fredericton,” said Fredericton International Airport Authority (FIAA) President and CEO Johanne Gallant. “Our community has strong ties to Calgary and having a low-cost option for flights to Toronto opens new opportunities for leisure travellers.”
Lynx has a fleet of brand-new Boeing 737 planes and has grown its fleet from 6 to 9 aircraft since they last landed at YFC.
Lynx Air’s 2024 flights are bookable now at FlyLynx.com.
With a brand-new terminal building and a track record as the fastest growing airport in the Maritimes over the past decade, the Fredericton International Airport (YFC) is ready to reconnect New Brunswickers with the world. Serving central and Western New Brunswick, including the capital city, Fredericton, YFC offers flights to Canadian hubs and sun destinations and is home to over 20 companies employing more than 300 New Brunswickers.