Swoop, a new “ultra-low-cost” subsidiary of Canada’s WestJet, begins service on seven routes between Canada and U.S. in October with cheap flights to Canada.
A sample fare shows a non-stop flight between Las Vegas and Edmonton for just $151 USD round trip. As with any ULCC, you will pay extra for just about everything, so read the fine print. Seat selection adds another 14 to 38 dollars. Carry-on or checked bags adds another 23 to 26 dollars. Priority boarding is another 8 dollars each way. Now, the trip is $350 USD, still a good deal.
The carrier’s first international routes kick off on October 11 with daily flights (11 times a week) between Las Vegas and Edmonton and three-times-a-week service between Las Vegas and Abbotsford.
Swoop’s Orlando-Hamilton route begins October 17 (3 times a week) and the Tampa Bay to Hamilton flights begin October 20 (3 times a week as well). Flights from both Las Vegas and Fort Lauderdale to Hamilton start October 26 (4 times a week and twice a week, respectively). And, on October 27, twice weekly flights begin between Mesa and Edmonton.
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