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Sunwing Is Adding More Flights to Punta Cana This Winter

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 18, 2021

Canadian travel giant Sunwing is adding more flights to Punta Cana as part of an expansion to the Caribbean out of Saskatchewan this winter.

The company will be operating weekly Wednesday flights from Regina to Punta Cana, along with weekly Wednesday flights from Saskatoon.

It’s part of a broader Caribbean expansion from the area, as Sunwing plans flights from both cities to destinations including Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Varadero, Cuba this winter.

“We look forward to resuming service from Saskatchewan this winter,” commented Andrew Dawson, President of Tour Operations for Sunwing. “With convenient flights from two regional airports across the province, residents can visit the most popular tropical destinations with ease under our wing.”

All of those destinations will see weekly service from both cities.

“After a long and hard winter, we’re sure that plenty of Regina residents are looking forward to heading back to the tropics,” said James Bogusz, President and CEO at Regina International Airport. “We have a long and successful partnership with Sunwing and we’re sure their winter service will be well received.”

— CJ

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