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Canada Jetlines has confirmed a new international nonstop service out of its hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) to Cancun (CUN) in Mexico.
The Canadian carrier’s first route into Mexico will launch starting with two flights per week and increased frequency to follow, according to a press release issued on Tuesday (Jan. 31).
“Our Canada Jetlines family is thrilled to launch service to another international destination in Mexico this winter – continuing expansion of our international network of convenient leisure and business travel,” stated Duncan Bureau, chief commercial officer of Canada Jetlines. “Canada is one of the top countries for international tourists to Mexico and we are pleased to connect Canadians to their favorite sun-destinations as they begin to plan winter vacations.”
Cancun Airport is the 10th busiest airport in the world in international passengers according to the Airports Council International - Top 10 Busiest Airports Worldwide 2021 publication.
In 2021 more than 13 million passengers traveled to Cancun and the Riviera Maya and the number of visitors is expected to increase rapidly thanks to its fast recovery and more flights being added from all over the world.
Canada Jetlines flights are scheduled to commence in March 2023 with tickets now on sale.
Canada Jetlines will operate the route with its growing fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft, including its recently announced second aircraft which was delivered and entered service in December 2022.
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