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TORONTO — Sunwing Airlines is launching its domestic flying schedule for summer 2015, the 10th season that the airline has offered direct flights across the country.
In addition to three regular flights connecting Toronto with Newfoundland, Sunwing is increasing its program to introduce a daily service between Toronto and Vancouver for the first time throughout summer 2015.
Operating between May 6 and Sept. 10, 2015, the new daily Toronto-Vancouver connection will make it even easier for Canadians to travel from coast to coast during the warmer, summer months.
Heading east towards Newfoundland, travellers can look forward to weekly connections on Wednesdays between Toronto and Stephenville between June 17 and Sept. 9, 2015, along with a twice-weekly service on Fridays and Tuesdays from Toronto to Gander between June 19 and Sept. 11, 2015. In addition, the Toronto to St John’s service will be available five days a week beginning June 17 until Sept. 11.
The flights will be operated on a modern fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Flights are on sale now with Early Bird savings of up to 30% available on all new bookings made prior to Feb. 20.