Canadian airline Flair gets green light to grow and buy more Boeing 737 Maxes

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The Seattle Times

Canada’s ultra-low-cost startup carrier Flair Airlines, which for two months has faced the threat of closure by government regulators over allegations that it was not controlled by Canadians, on Wednesday got the green light to continue operations. The Canadian government ruling in favor of Flair will be a relief to Boeing. Flair is a new customer for Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft, with 11 Maxes in its current fleet as well as three older model 737 NGs. In a virtual news conference from Edmonton, Alberta, CEO Stephen Jones said Flair will now move forward and take another Max from Boeing within a …

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