Canadian airlines Swoop, Air Canada and Sunwing bet strongly on Cancun and launch new flights for the 2019-2020 season, in addition to increasing the number of frequencies of their existing routes from eight cities in Canada.
As of next Saturday, October 19, Swoop starts a Toronto-Cancun flight that will be weekly, and by Thursday 24, the same airline will make two weekly flights on the London-Cancun route, as well as Edmonton-Cancun. The ultra low cost has already announced that it would join Ontario, Hamilton and Edmonton in their commitment to this market, after registering an increase of arrivals at the Mexican destination, as reportur.mx already reported (Ultra low cost Swoop will link Cancun with three cities).
In the case of Air Canada Rouge, it will connect Ottawa with Cancun once a week from the 28th of the same month. The airline will also premiere the Quebec-Cancun route on December 21, with a weekly frequency.
Also, Air Canada will increase the frequencies of its Vancouver-Cancun flight, which will go from having a weekly flight to 2 flights per week, from October 27 to December 19 until the end of the winter season.
Air Canada Rouge will also increase frequencies from three to seven per week with the Calgary-Cancun route, with which they seek to transport 200 passengers per arrival and departure. Sunwig will inaugurate the Hamilton-Cancun route from December 15, 2019 until April 12, 2020, with a capacity of up to 180 passengers. The route will start with a weekly flight until you reach four trips per week.
Sunwing will also have the Kitchener-Cancun route starting December 18 with a weekly flight. From January to July of this year, two million 303 thousand 957 Canadians visited the Mexican Caribbean, with an average of 1,500 dollars, according to the statistical report of the Federal Ministry of Tourism and the Southeast Airport Group, as reported by Novedades Quintana Roo.