Canada’s ultra-low cost airline has officially launched flights to its latest sunny destination. On Monday, Swoop’s inaugural flight to Los Cabos International Airport departed from Abbotsford, BC, with more scheduled to depart weekly.

“As the country’s leading ultra-low fare airline, we’re pleased to add another warm-weather getaway option for residents of the Fraser Valley, with Los Cabos topping our growing list of non-stop destinations available from Abbotsford,” said Shane Workman, Head of Flight Operations, Swoop.

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Swoop’s introductory fares from Abbotsford to Los Cabos start at $79, and the company says that Canadians can unlock additional hotel discounts when they add a hotel or all-inclusive resort to their booking through Swoop Getaways.

At this time, return flights can be found at under $200 during the month of March.

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Later this year, beginning March 12, Swoop will also be adding Mazatlán to its non-stop sun flying schedule from Abbotsford, the third destination in Mexico following Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos.

“We look forward to expanding our connectivity with Swoop to bring travellers from Abbotsford in a direct flight to Los Cabos,” said Rodrigo Esponda, Managing Director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board.

“As Canadian tourism to the destination continues a steady recovery, we continue to implement strong health and safety protocols as travellers look to experience all that our destination has to offer from world-class gastronomy to luxury resorts.”

Keep in mind, a global travel advisory is still in effect in Canada as the government states to “avoid non-essential travel outside Canada due to the risk of the Omicron variant that causes COVID-19.” If you are travelling, be sure to check the requirements of your destination prior to departure.