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Sunwing Vacations will resume flights to Jamaica and the Dominican Republic from the Toronto Pearson International Airport on November 6. (Photo: Travel Week)

Sunwing returns to the Caribbean

Sunwing Vacations will resume flights to Jamaica and the Dominican Republic from the Toronto Pearson International Airport on November 6. (Photo: Travel Week)

Canadian tour operator Sunwing will resume flights through its eponymous airline to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and Montego Bay, Jamaica, on November 6.

The flights will begin their service at the Toronto Pearson International Airport and will run twice weekly. On Friday and Sunday, flights will depart the airport for the Dominican Republic and on Fridays and Saturdays for Jamaica.

An overhead shot of the tarmac at the Punta Cana Airport in the Dominican Republic
(Photo: Airways Magazine)

“We are thrilled to be resuming our flights on November 6. Bringing dream vacations to life for Canadians is at the heart of what we do at Sunwing. We are pleased we can now get back to the skies and respond to the renewed demand for tropical vacations that we are seeing all across the nation, while delivering on our Safe with Sunwing commitment,” Andrew Dawson, president of Tour Operations for Sunwing, stated.

The Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

To sweeten the pot, the tour operator is offering Canadians travelling to the Caribbean countries packaged deals with its extended the Royalton 10th Anniversary Sale, which ends October 12. Each package includes COVID-19 Coverage travel insurance at no additional cost, Sunwing said.