Flair Airlines responds to tax troubles news: ‘the government is not seizing Flair property’

Flair Airlines has sent out a response to Monday’s news about their tax troubles to let all their customer’s know that the government is not seizing their planes.

In a post on X around 10:30 p.m. on Monday night, the airline said, “the government is not seizing Flair property & this situation does not impact our daily flight operations.”

The Canadian Press said court documents show Flair owes the federal government roughly 67-million in unpaid taxes, prompting an order for the seizure and sale of the carrier’s property.

Flair’s post said they’re working with the Canada Revenue Agency, and paying off those import duties owed on 20 Boeing jets.

Flair added, like any business does, they’re just paying fees related to their activities.

All of Tuesday’s Flair flights to and from the Region of Waterloo International Airport are listed as on time.

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