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We were excited when we heard that NewLeaf would be launching domestic flights in Canada at a ridiculously low cost, and were equally disappointed when the launch failed. After hearing that NewLeaf would get a second chance at giving Canadians what they want–insanely cheap airfare–we waited patiently for months to find out when these cheap tickets would be available again. And it was well worth the wait.

For prices as low as 79 bucks, you can now hop on a flight to and from each of these 12 Canadian cities:

    • Halifax
    • Moncton, N.B.
    • Hamilton
    • Winnipeg
    • Regina
    • Saskatoon
    • Edmonton
    • Kelowna, B.C.
    • Kamloops, B.C.
    • Fort St. John, B.C.
    • Abbotsford, B.C.
    • Victoria, B.C.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of skepticism about NewLeaf circulating around the internet, about its legitimacy as an airfare ticket seller and how it was acting like an airline when it isn’t licensed to. But you’ve got to give the company props for jumping right back up after falling down (they even changed their name from NewLeaf to NewLeaf Travel).

NewLeaf’s insanely cheap tickets–which are essentially from charter airline Flair Air, being resold to you for a fraction of the cost–can be bought here. The first flight leaves July 29th from Edmonton, so the wait’s almost over.

Check out the video above if you’d like to learn more about NewLeaf.