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Swoop Begins Non-Stop Flights to Kingston, Jamaica

December 9, 2021 | Vision Newspaper |

Ultra-low cost airline celebrates launch of second Jamaican destination with inaugural flight  from Toronto, Canada 

Kingston, Jamaica – December 9, 2021 – Swoop, Canada’s leading ultra-low-cost airline yesterday  launched new non-stop flights between Toronto, Canada and Kingston, Jamaica. The airline’s  inaugural flight WO646 departed Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) at 3:00 PM and  arrived at Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) at 7:35 PM local time. 

“We are thrilled to expand our service between Toronto and Jamaica with the launch of our non stop flights to Kingston,” said Bert van der Stege, Head of Commercial and Finance, Swoop. “Our  travellers have embraced our ultra-low fares to Jamaica and whether it is to connect with friends  and relatives or explore the vibrancy of the city, we are pleased to be offering this increased  connectivity to the island’s capital.” 

Swoop’s affordable non-stop service between Toronto and Kingston will operate twice weekly  and joins the airline’s existing service to Montego Bay. In celebration of this new route, Swoop’s  Head of Commercial and Finance, Bert van der Stege was joined by local dignitaries and partners  for an inaugural ceremony upon arrival at Norman Manley International Airport.

“The arrival of Swoop at our Norman Manley International Airport is a significant milestone for  both the airline and for the destination and shows a strengthening of relationships with our  partners. It shows confidence in the destination and augurs well for our arrivals and earnings as  we continue recover stronger.” 

– The Honourable Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism, Jamaica 

“The launch of Swoop’s new non-stop flight from Toronto Kingston is a significant milestone for  both the airline and for the destination. Jamaica is proud to be strengthening and expanding our  strong alliance with Canada’s leading ultra-low-cost airline and we are grateful for Swoop’s  continued support and confidence in the destination. This new fight provides our Jamaican  Diaspora community with increased opportunities to come home and will encourage  Canadian travellers to explore the island’s exciting cultural centre. We look forward to welcoming  hundreds of new passengers into Jamaica’s capital each week.” 

– Angella Bennett, Regional Director, Canada, Jamaica Tourist Board 

To learn more about Swoop please visit FlySwoop.com and for information on how Swoop is  ensuring a safe and healthy travel experience visit FlySwoop.com/traveller-safety. 

SOURCE  Swoop 

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