The North’s newest leisure airline Canada Jetlines is now flying south. The all-Canadian airline has announced brand new routes from Toronto’s Pearson Airport to U.S. cities.

The airline, which launched this past September, will begin servicing international destinations with non-stop weekly flights in January 2023.

Jetlines will begin flying directly from Toronto to Las Vegas on January 19th, with multiple frequencies per week.

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Tickets are now on sale online, but the flights are still awaiting final approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The second U.S. route is to Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB) in Florida, which is also set to launch on January 19th, 2022.

According to the airline’s website, one-way flights from Toronto to Orlando cost $159 and $215 to Las Vegas.

“We are incredibly excited to launch Canada Jetlines’ international services with a route to the entertainment capital of the world,” said  the CEO of Canada Jetlines in a press release.

“As we continue to expand our international network with our first route into the U.S., we look forward to beginning services in such a coveted tourist and convention destination such as Las Vegas.”

 

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Jetlines currently runs bi-weekly flights between Toronto and Calgary, and will also have a new route out of Toronto to Vancouver before the end of the year.

The new Vancouver flight will start in December from Pearson Airport to Vancouver International Airport.

This is the start of an exciting new chapter in Canadian air travel, and we’re here for it!