Harmony Airways Ending Service

Harmony Airways says it is ending service to and from Toronto after its March 30 flights, and its other scheduled service after its April 9 flights. In a notice posted on its homepage, the carrier says it will continue to operate its full scheduled service through each of those dates. It says it is arranging for full refunds for travelers whose trips begin after those dates and refunds of the return portion of ticket costs for travelers who are outbound before those dates and returning after them. The carrier advises travelers to contact their travel agents for updates. In addition, travelers who have a Harmony Airways Flexi Pass or Infinity Pass will receive a prorated refund from either Harmony or their travel agents, according to the carrier. The carrier's route network includes Toronto, Vancouver, Palm Springs, Honolulu and Kahului, Maui. In about eight weeks, the carrier says it plans to issue refunds to travelers who booked direct at [www.harmonyairways.com], [www.harmonyvacations.com] or through its call center, 866-868-6789.

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