Flair Airlinesthe ultra-low-cost Canadian carrier is heading to Cancun (CUN) and Los Cabos (SJD) in Mexico with fares as low as $109 one-way.
“Starting in February, Canadians will enjoy affordable, sunny winter vacations to Cancun and Los Cabos without breaking the bank… “We can’t wait to take our customers to the beach,” said Flair Chief Commercial Officer Garth Lund.
From this weekend, Los Cabos will operate a weekly flight (Saturdays) to Abbotsford (YXX), Edmonton (YEG) and Vancouver (YVR).
cancun It will also have a weekly flight (Saturdays) to Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) and Ottawa (YOW).
All routes will be served on Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-8 aircraft.
“Expansion into Mexico is part of Flair’s exciting growth strategy and we are delighted to launch the service there. Canadians are tired of ice and snow, and our affordable rates will help make travel feasible,” said Lund.
One-way fares and limited seats start at $109, including taxes and fees, as well as other options and services passengers can choose from.
“With one-way fares starting at $109, we’re making it easier than ever for Canadians to chase the sun in Mexico.”
For some reason, Los Cabos is not always at the top of Canadian travelers’ minds. Perhaps it’s because not everyone knows that Los Cabos is home to some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts in the world, as well as award-winning restaurants and world-class golf courses.
It also has an average of 350 sunny days per year, with temperatures hovering around 32°C (90°F) between May and October with low humidity.
Rodrigo Esponda, Administrative Director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board, is delighted with the news.
According to Esponda, Canada is one of its “priority markets”.
“We are delighted to see interest from Canadian airlines growing in bringing access from new Canadian cities to Los Cabos.”
“With multiple certifications and strict protocol, Los Cabos has and continues to be a safe and attractive destination for anyone who chooses to travel abroad,” he said.
On the other hand, Cancun needs no introduction. But given that it has suffered from some criminal activity in recent months, the government created the Tourist Security Battalion to ensure the safety of all visitors.