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Swoop Sets A Course For Winter 2021

Swoop has released its expanded winter schedule, featuring increased non-stop domestic service and the re-introduction of flights to the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

With a sustained pattern of new daily bookings on par with pre-pandemic levels, Swoop also announced it will proceed with planned fleet growth, inducting its tenth Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft into service this winter.

During the peak summer period, Swoop will operate all nine of its aircraft domestically.

During the winter, the airline will provide travellers with flights across Canada, as well as to sun and fun destinations including Montego Bay in Jamaica, Las Vegas and Mesa/Phoenix in the U.S., and Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlán in Mexico.

Charles Duncan, president of Swoop, said: “We’ve seen a significant increase in demand for travel this summer, most especially in provinces where vaccination and re-opening plans are on track and clearly outlined. With the release of our winter schedule, those who are planning further ahead or dreaming of a vacation abroad can find our always affordable flights and Getaway packages available for booking through April 2022.”

The addition of a 10th aircraft in time for the winter flying season will allow the carrier to add new routes, destinations, and frequencies in pace with demand.

Said Duncan: “Consumer confidence is coming back, and the message is clear, Canadians are ready to start planning that long overdue trip. When travellers are ready, we look forward to safely welcoming them back onboard our aircraft.”

Go to www.FlySwoop.com/ for more.

 

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