Lynx Air

Launched in April 2022 and born out of an existing carrier (Enerjet), Lynx Air (IATA code Y9) has ceased scheduled flying after less than two years. Air Service One looked at the airline in more detail only last month. Initially operating just domestic flights, the airline started US services in January 2023 with flights between […]

Lynx YYZ-CUN

Mexico is an ever-popular destination from Canada, particularly in winter for snowbirds. Indeed, examining Cirium data shows that December 2023 had more available seats than June, July and August combined. Mexico’s location, many destinations, and the extent of service mean it is Canada’s second-largest international market, behind the US. There were 3.4 million departing seats […]

Lynx Air New Route

Rebranded from Enerjet in 2021, Canada’s Lynx Air commenced operations in April 2022 between Vancouver and Calgary. Nearly two years later, the ULCC’s fleet comprises nine 189-seat Boeing 737 MAX 8s. Its first international route – from Toronto to Orlando – started in January 2023. Lynx Air is one of a handful of Canadian (U)LCCs […]

YYZ-PHX

Lynx Air inaugurated operations between Toronto YYZ and Phoenix on Thursday 12 October. The 3,020-kilometre service will be maintained 3-weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with the 189-seat 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The airline will compete directly against Air Canada’s daily rotation on the route. Flight Y9642 departs Toronto YYZ at 16:40 local time, arriving […]

October 16, 2023 | Latest Route News +

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Canadian ULCC Lynx Air introduced flights between Toronto YYZ and Los Angeles on Thursday 24 August. The 5-weekly, 3,500-kilometre route will be maintained on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays with the 189-seat 737 MAX 8 aircraft. It will compete directly against 32-weekly Air Canada flights and 4-weekly rotations maintained by WestJet. What they said […]

August 25, 2023 | Latest Route News +

Lynx Air at Halifax

The capital and largest city in Nova Scotia, Halifax welcomed 3.10 passengers in 2022. As shown below, the airport’s traffic in 2022 versus 2019 was, of course, dragged down by the domestic market, mainly because of reductions by Air Canada and WestJet. The transborder US market was the least recovered percentagewise (-78.1%), not helped by […]