Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Swoop is expanding its network this spring/summer. The airline will add three new cities in London, Ontario (YXU), Kelowna (YLW), and Oakland (OAK). In addition, Swoop is introducing a nonstop flight from Edmonton (YEG) to Orlando (MCO). Intro fares are available starting from $198 CAD roundtrip ($149 USD).
Swoop Adds Ultra-Low-Cost Flights to/from London, Kelowna, and Oakland
In total, Swoop is adding six new routes, and resuming service between Winnipeg (YWG) and Abbotsford (YXX), this spring. New service starts between late April and early June depending on the route. I've listed the service start date below along with intro fares and days of the week each route will operate.
Intro fares are available for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from service start date through June, and in September/October. Click on the fare details for more booking info.
Intro fares must be booked by 11:59 pm MT, on January 24, 2019, or while supplies last (advertised as a total of 2,250 seats).
New Nonstop Service on Swoop Starting in Spring 2019
Daily service starting April 28.
Daily service starting May 24.
Daily (except Saturdays), starting May 24.
Mondays / Tuesdays / Wednesdays / Fridays, starting May 24.
Sundays / Tuesdays / Thursdays, starting May 26.
Mondays / Wednesdays / Fridays, starting May 29.
Saturdays starting June 1.
Fares may vary slightly depending on city of origin. You may be able to get slightly lower fares by booking separate one-way flights in each direction. Prices were found on Swoop's website in CAD and converted to USD for comparison purposes on Airfarewatchdog.
As with other ultra-low-cost carriers, the base fare will only include transportation for you and a small personal item such as a small backpack, briefcase, or large purse that will fit underneath the seat in front of you.
Larger carry-on and checked bag fees start at $37-$52 CAD when purchased online. Higher bag fees apply at the airport. There are also extra fees if you would like to choose a specific seat and for pretty much anything else such as snacks or beverages onboard.
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