Here Is How You Can Book A Flight For As Low As $59
If you’re planning to take a trip sometime this autumn, you might want to take advantage of some really cheap flights being offered right now.
Swoop is celebrating its first birthday with great deals for everyone to enjoy!
Since June 20, the low-cost airline grew from providing five to sixteen destinations, spanning four countries including the U.S., Jamaica and Mexico. The airline has also expanded its domestic network to include London, ON and Kelowna, BC.
“With 365 days of flying and over one million travellers flown, we are proud to be Canada’s preferred ultra-low-cost airline, enabling dreams, reunions and providing the pleasure of ultra-low-cost travel to both new and repeat travellers. Our travellers’ stories speak for themselves and we have so many reasons to be thankful for their trust and support. We can’t wait to see what year two brings,” says President of Swoop Steven Greenway.
To celebrate and thank travellers for their support, the airline is offering a web-only birthday sale.
Travellers need to book their flights by June 24 and travel between September 4 to October 27 to enjoy the great deals. There is also only 1,600 seats available. Here is a list of the deals:
Swoop aims to provide more affordable air travel options. About 89 per cent of surveyed Swoop travellers have already recommended Swoop to a friend or colleague and 92 per cent of surveyed travellers said Swoop met or exceeded expectations.
Keep in mind that, as a low-cost carrier, Swoop offers less convenience than a standard airline. For instance, travellers are limited to one personal item that must fit under their seat, and any additional baggage will cost you extra.
Visit Swoop’s website to get more information or book a flight.
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