Ultra-affordable flights to Montreal thanks to this new carrier
Low-cost carrier Lynx Air will serve Montreal's Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport starting on June 5.
Low-cost carrier Lynx Air, Canada's leading airline of its kind, will serve Montreal's Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) starting June 5, it announced Wednesday. It will connect Montreal to Calgary International Airport (YYC), Alberta, as well as St. John's International Airport (YYT).
The ultra-affordable airline, which established itself at the end of 2021 in Calgary, where its head office is located, will offer two to four connections per week from Montreal-Trudeau depending on the market. , she said in a press release.
“Hello Montreal! We can't wait to go shopping in Saint-Laurent, have dinner in Saint-Denis and dance to the sound of the Tam-tams [from Mount Royal]. Flights from Calgary and Saint-Jean offered as of June 5,” wrote the carrier, which, by adding Montreal to its network, will now serve 15 North American destinations.
To mark the addition of Montreal to its service, Lynx is currently offering discounts of up to 50%, effective until Friday evening, on its base fares to and from Montreal. You can get a one-way ticket starting at $59; however, this cost does not include suitcases or hand luggage.
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“We are thrilled to add the vibrant city of Montreal to the Lynx Air network as summer approaches. Although Montreal is a very popular destination, it is currently underserved by low-cost carriers and Lynx wants to address this,” Lynx President and CEO Merren McArthur said in the release.
“ADM Aéroports de Montréal is very pleased to welcome Lynx Air for the very first time at YUL. The announcement of these direct connections to Calgary and St. John’s is all the more a great contribution to the development of domestic air service at YUL. Indeed, ADM constantly seeks to offer its passengers the best possible offer, both for business and leisure travellers, and Lynx Air will most certainly improve the offer of domestic flights departing from Montreal,” added the Vice-President. -president of operations and air development of Aéroports de Montréal, Stéphane Lapierre.
Lynx Air, which operates a fleet of brand new Boeing 737s, is the result of a change of image brand and name, unveiled in 2021. The airline was previously called Enerjet.
Tickets are already on sale.
The carrier Lynx Air is based in Calgary, Alberta. Photo: Lynx Air