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HELLO SUNSHINE: Sunwing welcomes back its first customers

Sunwing is celebrating their first customers since March who arrived in Cancun and Montego Bay this past weekend. “We are pleased that our travellers have been able to head back to the tropics last week and are encouraged by their positive experience in destination. We are looking forward to welcoming back many more travellers in the coming months and resuming service on board Sunwing Airlines,” said Andrew Dawson, president of Tour Operations for Sunwing.

With operations ramping up and new health and safety protocols in place, more customers will be making their way to the tropics in the fall and winter season. The tour operator will be offering a limited schedule in September with service from Toronto to Cancun, Varadero, Cayo Coco, Punta Cana and Montego Bay; and from Montreal to Cancun, Punta Cana, Varadero and Cayo Coco.

Canadians eager to return to the tropics, can take advantage of incredible savings on vacation packages for departures in September and October to select Royalton Luxury Resorts and RIU Hotels & Resorts in addition to top-rated adult, family and luxury resorts.

Amazing deals are available at Royalton Negril Resort and Spa in Jamaica, which offers something for everyone, from an action-packed kids club to gourmet dining options. Vacationers can also save big at Royalton Riviera Cancun Resort and Spa in Riviera Maya, where they can soak up the sun by the sprawling pool complex and enjoy All-In Luxury amenities. Canadians may also choose to take advantage of incredible savings at the popular RIU Hotels & Resorts, which offer something for every travel style. Plus, Sunwing guests can take their vacation budget even further with exclusive RIU-topia inclusions.

Sunwing owns the airline customers fly on, the transfer buses they take from the airport to the resort and over 30 Sunwing-operated hotels and resorts across the tropics, so travellers can rest assured that their health and safety is the tour operator’s number one priority.

First published at Travel Industry Today

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