Swoop adds a second Mexico destination to its Winnipeg network

Swoop (WestJet) Boeing 737-8CT SSWL C-FLSF (msn 40838) YHM (TMK Photography). Image: 948534.

Swoop, Canada’s ultra-low-fare airline and subsidiary of WestJet Airlines Ltd., launches its inaugural flight from Winnipeg Richardson International Airport (YWG) to Licenciado Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR) departing at 8:45 a.m. CST.

This is Swoop’s second route from Winnipeg to Mexico, offering travellers the choice to vacation on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos from Manitoba’s capital. Having just recently launched a series of new routes from YWG, including Fort Lauderdale, Tampa Bay and Las Vegas, Winnipeggers can enjoy a total of nine destinations through Swoop’s year-round and seasonal operations.

Direct flights from Winnipeg to the beaches of Puerto Vallarta are providing more Canadians the opportunity to head south of the border this winter. Swoop prides itself on its low price-point because of its unbundled model, with a base fare that includes only a seat, giving travellers the power to add the things they want, and nothing they don’t.

Swoop currently serves 17 domestic, transborder and international destinations, with its summer 2020 schedule set to add even more options for Canadian travellers beginning April 2020.

Winnipeg flights to Puerto Vallarta are now available for booking through until April 21, 2020. Details of Swoop’s new service out of Winnipeg include:

 Service Between Service Offered Weekly Frequency Service Run-time
Winnipeg, MB to
Puerto Vallarta, MX
Tuesday 1 x per week December 10, 2019 –
April 21, 2020
Puerto Vallarta, MX
to Winnipeg, MB
Tuesday 1 x per week December 10, 2019 –
April 21, 2020

Top Copyright Photo: Swoop (WestJet) Boeing 737-8CT SSWL C-FLSF (msn 40838) YHM (TMK Photography). Image: 948534.

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