Sunwing will be expanding its flight services from Quebec City for this coming winter to include a direct flight to Puerto Vallarta in Pacific Mexico for the first time, so that avid travellers can enjoy the beautiful region of Vallarta Nayarit and its two most popular destinations—Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit. Beginning Mondays on December 17th, 2018, running until April 15th, 2019, the introduction of the new route offers Quebecers convenient, direct flight services to 10 of the most popular sunshine destinations across the Caribbean, Mexico and Florida this coming winter when they book with Sunwing.
Boasting a pleasant tropical climate year-round, Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit feature golden-sand beaches and showcase captivating views of the Sierra Madre Mountains and Bay of Banderas. Combining the best of exploration and relaxation with tranquil beach settings and a bustling Hotel Zone, this popular tropical destination offers travellers an array of experiences ranging from world-class golfing, to discovering the landscape on horseback or zipline, to exciting performances such as the popular pirate show that takes place on a real pirate galleon—perfect for families seeking entertainment.
Executive Vice President of Sunwing Travel Group Quebec, Sam Char, welcomed the news. “Saving customers time and money by enabling them to depart from their local airport is one of our key priorities, and we are delighted to be offering Quebecers even more choice this coming winter with the introduction of this new service. Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are consistently popular vacation destinations and we’re sure this new service will be well received.”
“With the announcement of Puerto Vallarta as a new destination, Sunwing is further diversifying its flight offering from Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) with an exciting option for passengers in the Greater Québec City area. Sunwing’s interest in YQB, year after year, reflects the quality of the services we offer and the ever-growing potential of YQB following the opening of the new international terminal,” said Mathieu Claise, Director, Government and Public Affairs of YQB.
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