Budget air carrier NewLeaf Travel will soon resume selling seats in the next few weeks since receiving permission from Ottawa to continue with its operations. CEO Jim Young announced Wednesday that the company will offer its first flight by early summer after a ruling Tuesday said indirect air service carriers like NewLeaf don't have to hold an air license. As long as they don't portray to the public that they are operating the aircraft or flight. NewLeaf buys seats from Flair Airlines and resells them. Flair Airlines is licensed under the CTA, so NewLeaf itself doesn't have to be licensed.
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