Travellers who are seeking a cheap domestic flight within Canada have a new option to consider. On Monday, July 25, 2016, NewLeaf Travel, Canada’s newest ultra-low-cost, discount airline service officially earned its wings, serving up flights from 11 Canadian cities.
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The low-cost airline is offering cheap discount flights within Canada from Abbotsford, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, Kamloops, Kelowna, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Victoria and Moncton. How low are its discount, domestic flights within Canada? A cheap flight on NewLeaf Travel can be as low as $79.
So how is it possible that NewLeaf Travel can offer such low-cost, discount airfare? There are a few reasons they can make cheap plane tickets possible. For one, they are operating out of smaller domestic airports, so they pay lower landing fees (this also means you’ll pay lower parking fees). Another reason is their flights to Canadian destinations are all direct with minimal time between flights. They also don’t include in-flight refreshments, seat selection or carry-on luggage and checked bags in their low-cost airfare pricing. These ameneties are à-la-carte style–if you want to take advantage of any of these services, you pay an extra charge. This is definitely no big deal if you’re someone looking to land a cheap, discount domestic flight to one of the 11 Canadian cities NewLeaf Travel flies too.
NewLeaf Travel realizes that in the dead of winter, Canadians like nothing better than escaping to a sunny, warm destination. That’s why in the future they are aiming to offer cheap flights to some of the hot spots Canadians favour. I think all thrifty tourists join me in hoping that they have their schedule of cheap flights from Canada to sunnier climes in place and ready to go by the New Year.
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Photo credits: NewLeaf Travel.