TORONTO, June 11 /CNW/ - Canadian airline Sunwing has just marked another
milestone: it has been designated as a scheduled carrier between numerous
cities in Canada and several destinations in Mexico.
"Mexico is an important market for Sunwing, representing a significant
percentage of our overall business. We are very pleased to have been
designated as a scheduled carrier on 14 routes between Canada and Mexico,"
says the airline's president Mark Williams. "With these new scheduled service
rights, Sunwing will be increasing capacity to Mexico allowing for greater
choice to travel agents and consumers. These righ ts will also provide greater
convenience for travel agents, who can now book through their Global
Distribution System; and for consumers who will now be able to book flights
originating in Mexico."
The carrier will now be flying scheduled flights to Cancun from
Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montréal, Québec City and St. John's.
Puerto Vallarta flights from Vancouver, Winnipeg and Montréal are also
now scheduled; with Calgary and Edmonton to be added in December of this year.
Additionally, the carrier has been awarded scheduled rights between Vancouver
and Mazatlan, and Toronto and Cozumel.
Sunwing features a highly fuel-efficient Boeing 737-800 fleet, and all
passengers enjoy a host of inflight amenities many airlines now charge for.
Included in every ticket price on flights between Canada and Mexico is a
welcoming hot towel service, a glass of champagne, a choice of hot meals
served with red or white wine, and inflight entertainment with yours-to-keep
For more information on Sunwing Airlines, visit www.flysunwing.com.
For further information:
For further information: Martha Chapman, PR Specialist, Tourism
Marketing International For The Sunwing Vacation Group, (416) 614-2845, c