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Swoop celebrates 3 new routes from YYZ: Los Cabos, Punta Cana, Kingston

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  •   12-08-2021  5:15 pm
  •   Pax Global Media
Swoop celebrates 3 new routes from YYZ: Los Cabos, Punta Cana, Kingston
Pax Global Media

Swoop celebrated the launch of three new inaugural flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport with the departure of new non-stop service to Los Cabos, Mexico, on December 4, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, on December 5 and Kingston, Jamaica on December 8.  

"The launch of these three new routes demonstrates that Swoop's accessible and affordable fares have caught on in Toronto and highlights the demand we are seeing for ultra-low fare travel across Canada," said Bert van der Stege, head of commercial and finance at Swoop. "We know Canadians are long overdue for a warm vacation or reunion with family and friends and while government-imposed travel restrictions continue to evolve, our travellers require and appreciate clarity and guidance on their upcoming travel plans." 

Swoop continues to support travellers navigate and adhere to testing requirements for travel through its partnership with Azova, a leading digital health technology platform and providing up-to-date information at www.flyswoop.com/coronavirus

The schedule: 

Route
Peak Weekly
Frequency

Introductory All-in
One-Way Fare

Base fare
(CAD)

Taxes & Fees
(CAD)

Toronto – Los Cabos
1x Weekly
$180 CAD +
$81.69
$98.31
Toronto – Punta Cana
1x Weekly
$199 CAD++
$87.67
$111.33
Toronto – Kingston
2x Weekly
$180 CAD+++
$74.43
$105.57
+ Book by December 18, 2021, travel from Jan 5 to April 30, 2022 (blackouts February 17-22, March 12-20, 2022, April 14-19)
++Book by December 12, 2021, travel from Jan 5 to April 30, 2022 (blackouts February 17-22, March 12-20, 2022, April 14-19)
+++Book from December 8 – December 15, 2021, travel from Jan 5 to April 30, 2022 (blackouts February 17-22, March 12-20, April 14-19)


"Congratulations to our partners at Swoop on launching three new routes to destinations that have traditionally captured the imagination and excitement of Canadian travellers—and just in time for the cold weather," said Craig Bradbrook, chief operating officer at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. "With Toronto Pearson's globally recognized Healthy Airport program continually evolving to keep pace with the latest public health guidance, our valued passengers can rest assured that if they're planning on travelling this winter, their health and safety is our top priority from curb to boarding and back again."


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