Pearson Airport is getting super cheap flights to the east coast and they’ll be under $60
Torontonians, if you’re planning an early summer getaway to visit somewhere right by the ocean, look no further, as Pearson Airport is getting new flights direct to the East Coast.
the Super Affordable Swoop Airlines Announced it is expanding its fleet and domestic routes, which means more flights will come in and out of Toronto’s Pearson airport just in time for summer vacation.
“We’ve seen travel demand return very significantly over the holidays, signaling that Canadians are ready to reunite with family and friends,” said Bert van der Stege, Swoop’s chief commercial and financial officer in the press release. .
While cities across Canada have more options for visiting other locations across the country, part of the expansion includes new direct flights to the east coast from Toronto.
Beginning May 2, Toronto Pearson Airport will offer three flights per week to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island for a base fare of $5.14. But no, the flight won’t cost the same as a full breakfast at Tim Hortons, but it will still be cheap for a $59 one-way ticket.
Starting May 12, there will be four weekly flights to Saint John for $59. The following month, starting June 20, there will be two flights to Deer Lake starting at $99 one-way.
Pearson Airport will also offer daily flights to Winnipeg via Sloop beginning June 20 for $69. Then, on June 22, travelers will be able to fly directly to Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, for $59 and $69, respectively, and all one-way, of course.
Anyone passing through Hamilton Airport can also fly to Charlottetown in early May for $49, while on May 9 they can fly to Moncton for $79.
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