By the Caribbean Journal staff
In what has been quite a busy month for Canada’s Sunwing, the company has launched a pair of new routes to hotspots in Mexico.
The carrier has inaugurated a new flight from Montreal to Mazatlan, along with new nonstop service from Quebec City to Puerto Vallarta.
“We salute Sunwing’s commitment to serve the people of the greater Quebec City area by adding a new destination to their roster from YQB,” said Gaëtan Gagné, President and CEO of Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport. “With the opening of the new terminal, we now have the ability to better service our ever-increasing number of passengers”, he continued, “Puerto Vallarta is a popular destination for our passengers and we are happy about the launch of this route for the winter season.”
The Montreal-Mazatlan flights are running each Tuesday through April 16, 2019. The new Puerto Vallarta flights will run every Monday through April 15, 2019.
“During this cold weather, travellers will appreciate having a new sun destination available to them from Montreal”, said Philippe Rainville, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aéroports de Montréal. “We’d like to thank Sunwing for offering this new destination, which will allow Montréal travellers to enjoy the sun and beach and give them a chance to experience the rich Mexican culture and history of Mazatlàn.”