The inexpensive airline Canada Jetlines starts operating in Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and Quintana Roo with the objective to dispute the market to Swoop, owned by Westjet.
Another ultra low cost lands in Cancun, Los Cabos and Vallarta
The agreements, says aerolatinews, were signed with Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) for Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos. For Cancún, with the Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (Asur).
For the savings generated with their "ultra low fares," Jetlines CEO Javier Suarez says, passengers can stay longer in Mexico or stay in "better" hotels. In the case of Mexicans, "our low rates will encourage Mexicans to visit beautiful Canada."
The airline said that the next step to fly to Mexico is to receive Mexican regulatory authorities.
Currently, Swoop flies to 11 destinations in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean, operating a fleet of four Boeing 737-800 aircraft with which it offers completely unbundled services (The ultra low cost Swoop lands in Cancun, Vallarta and Mazatlan)