Canadian low-cost airline announces 5 new major destinations in the United States

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The carrier has added 5 major destinations to the US this summer: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville and San Francisco.

Ultra-cheap airline Announced by Swoop February 15 expands their presence in the United States. From May, five new destinations will be added to their non-stop routes, as well as additional seasonal services. In total, in 2022, Canada and the United States will connect 11 Swoop routes.

The carrier from Calgary will now have direct flights to New York (JFK), Chicago (O’Hare), Los Angeles (Hollywood), Nashville (BNA) and San Francisco. Summer new routes to San Diego, Palm SpringsLas Vegas, St. Pete Clearwater, Orlando (Sanford) and Phoenix (Mesa).

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Bert van der Stege, head of Swoop’s commercial and financial department, said he was very excited to add new major cities as part of their planned Swoop growth in 2022. He also explained in more detail about the company’s expectations: “As a leading ultra-low cost carrier, we are expanding our fleet, expanding our network and adding services to existing destinations to ensure we are ready to meet Canada’s delayed demand south of the border.”

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Swoop airfare prices start at $ 78 (99 CAD), connecting U.S. destinations with three major Canadian bases: Toronto, Edmonton and Hamilton. Travelers can already start booking air tickets and do so as soon as possible, as ultra-low fares are limited.

Recently Swoop also added 14 new domestic flights and six new Boeing MAX-8s as part of their expansion. The Canadian carrier is becoming a powerful competitor in North America.

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Learn more about the new US-California routes

The new routes have had a positive impact in the US. Charles Everett, general manager of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), said: “John F. Kennedy International Airport is excited to see five new non-stop flights to Toronto starting later this year. This new route will provide customers with more affordable flight options when traveling to the New York region. ”

Swoop flights connecting Toronto (YYZ) with:

Terminal 1 of Toronto Pearson International Airport
A digital sign that encourages social distancing is seen in the almost empty Terminal 1 of Toronto Pearson International Airport. The tourism and aviation industries have been hit hard by the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic.
  • New York (JFK) will start work on June 20 and work five times a week.
  • The Chicago (ORD) will begin May 30 and run five times a week.
  • The Nashville (BNA) will begin May 26 and run four times a week.
  • The Las Vegas (LAS) will open May 20 and run three times a week.
  • Orlando (SFB) continues and operates twice a week.
  • St. Pete – Clearwater (PIE), continues and operates twice a week.

Swoop flights connecting Hamilton (YHM) with:

  • The Las Vegas (LAS) will open June 23 and run twice a week.
  • Orlando (SFB) continues and operates twice a week.
  • St. Pete Clearwater (PIE) continues and operates twice a week.

Swoop flights connecting Edmonton (YEG) with:

Garrison center of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada at dusk.
  • The San Francisco (SFO) will begin June 6 and run four times a week.
  • Los Angeles (BUR) will start June 23 and run three times a week.
  • The Las Vegas (LAS) continues and operates daily.
  • San Diego (SAN) runs and runs three times a week.
  • The Palm Springs (PSP) runs and runs once a week.
  • Phoenix-Mesa (AZA) continues and operates once a week.

By the summer of this year, Swoop will soon be serving 33 new destinations. Travelers should monitor the availability of flights, especially seasonal flights, and always review current Covid restrictions in each direction.

More travelers are willing to fly cheap

Passengers who use super-thankful routes know that these flights do not include services that are considered “basic” in the services of other airlines. The right to choose a seat, include checked baggage, drinks or Wi-Fi is usually charged at an additional cost on low-cost flights.

Despite the additional costs, travelers seem to want to travel this year, and Swoop Airlines has taken into account the needs of its customers. The company claims that the number of passengers and bookings has increased significantly, and since more than 30.5 million Canadians are fully vaccinated, they predict a very busy summer.

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