Edmonton, Alberta - Canadian low-cost operator Flair Airlines will retire its all Boeing 737-400s in the fleet by the summer of 2020.
Flair has added three newer Boeing 737-800 to the fleet as part of its fleet renewal program and will gradually retire the seven Boeing 737-400 in the fleet by the end of the summer season in 2020.
Currently, only four Boeing 737-400 planes are in active service. Flair's 737-400s are 26.6 years old on average.
From 2020, the carrier will go on its operations with its three Boeing 737-800.
Over the last few months, as part of its fleet renewal program, aircraft and is gradually phasing out its older Boeing 737-400s. All three additions sport Flair's distinctive new livery and logo. By next summer Flair plans to be operating a single-type fleet of Boeing 737-800s, which are more fuel-efficient and also have longer range capabilities,
the carrier said in a press release.
Flair Boeing 737-800 with new corporate livery
The Edmonton, Alberta-based carrier is planning to launch new domestic routes and international routes to the United States with its Boeing 737-800s.