NewLeaf Travel Company increases frequency of routes to and from Abbotsford

More trips to and from Edmonton, Winnipeg and Hamilton during peak summer months

NewLeaf Travel Company has increased the frequency of its flights to and from Abbotsford.

NewLeaf Travel Company has announced that its summer schedule will see an increase in the frequency of routes in high demand,  including from Abbotsford to Edmonton, Winnipeg and Hamilton.

NewLeaf president and CEO Jim Young said in a press release that the 2017 schedule has nearly doubled the capacity in high-demand markets.

“Our customers have repeatedly asked for more opportunity to travel on the routes that we serve, so that’s precisely what this schedule provides,” he said.

The 2017 summer schedule runs from May 1 to Oct. 30.

Frequency varies, depending on the month, but during peak periods, the Abbotsford schedule includes trips to and from Edmonton five days a week and trips to and from Winnipeg and Hamilton six days a week.

Young said customers are able to book fares from Abbotsford as low as $19, although there are extra fees for things such as baggage, seat selection and website booking.

Flights booked through NewLeaf are operated by Flair Airlines, a licensed Canadian airline flying Boeing 737-400 passenger jets.

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