Lynx Air to Cease Operations

Lynx Air (Boeing 737-8)

Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) Lynx Air has announced that it will cease operations as of 00:01 on February 26.

The decision comes as a result of influences such as inflation, rising fuel costs, and foreign exchange impacts. To facilitate the return of many travelers, the majority of flights will continue to operate until February 25. Customers with bookings for flights after February 26 are being advised to contact their credit card companies for refunds. Lynx Air states, “Our goal is to close operations as seamlessly as possible.”

Lynx Air was established in 2006 as NewAir & Tours, rebranded to Enerjet in 2008, and then to Lynx Air in November 2021. The airline, which owns the Boeing 737-8 aircraft, is based in Calgary and serves 23 cities across Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

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