NewLeaf Travel, the discount carrier that offered low far flights between smaller Canadian airports, plans to resume operations on July 25. The company initially launched services in January but then cancelled its scheduled flights and refunded tickets due to a Canadian Transportation Agency review of the operating licences for indirect air service carriers such as NewLeaf. The CTA signed off on NewLeaf’s business model in March, which means the company can resume flying.
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