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Sunwing Announces New Flight To Cancun For Canadians

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Weekly flights from Waterloo to Cancun will commence this upcoming winter thanks to Sunwing Airlines. This is great news for Canadian travelers.

General manager of Waterloo International Airport, Chris Wood is enthusiastic about the upcoming flight schedules that will re commence in December 2021. In recent years these flights were very attractive and successful for travelers. 

Starting on December 13th 2021 until April 18th 2022 there will be a weekly flight taking place exclusively on Mondays. These flights will cater to the arrivals of travelers from all over Ontario, especially from Waterloo, Kitchener and Cambridge. Reports state that this route has proven to be successful on at least 10 different occasions in the past.

“Under the safety of our wing, Ontario residents will be able to make their way back to paradise and we couldn’t be more happy about it.” The president of Sunwings tourism operations, Andrew Dawson said in a recent interview.

On top of flights, Sunwing travelers have multiple different vacation packages to choose from. If you want top of the notch services and Hollywood styled memories, the “Like a Star” package at Planet Hollywood Beach Resort in Cancun is for you! 

In addition, Tour operator clients get special offers at Riu Dunamar which includes access to the epic water-park located on site!

If you book by May 31st 2021 with a departure before April 30th 2022, Sunwing has an extended offer for Travelers. They will also receive up to $1,000 per couple with Sunwing’s Freedom 21/22 Extended Offer.

In response to ensuring everyone practices safe prevention protocols, Sunwing Airlines has created the “Safe with Sunwing” program. This program was created with the help and guidance of Medcan, a global healthcare leader. It provides help and support for both customers and employees in regards to planning and executing safe travel during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

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