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  • Type: Low Cost
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Swoop outlines planned Toronto Pearson network

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WestJet’s ultra-low-cost subsidiary Swoop will operate four domestic and five international routes from Toronto Pearson International.

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Swoop W20 operations as of 02SEP20

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Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop yesterday (02SEP20) released information on its winter 2020/21 season, effective from 25OCT20 to 24APR21....

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Recovery Tracker: Norwegian, Swoop, Emirates and Lufthansa

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A weekly round-up of the latest news from the aviation industry as airlines and airports begin to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Interview: Swoop maps out its post-COVID future

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On the second anniversary of Swoop's inaugural flight, head of commercial Bert van der Stege discusses the airline’s response to the COVID-19...

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PRESS RELEASE: Digital innovation supports aviation partnerships and post COVID-19 industry recovery

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Routes’ digital platform Route Exchange is helping to play an important role in the recovery of the aviation industry.

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Swoop eyes new airport partners

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Swoop is using the Route Exchange platform as it seeks to expand its network.

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Swoop outlines domestic network changes

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Canadian ULCC Swoop is increasing its domestic network from July but several planned seasonal services have been postponed.

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Swoop outlines revised 3Q20 Canadian network

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Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop on Tuesday (09JUN20) announced planned operation for summer season, when it resumes operation on 01JUL20....

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Swoop suspends scheduled International service 23MAR20 – 31MAY20

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Canadian carrier Swoop on Thursday (19MAR20) is suspending scheduled International service, between 23MAR20 (from 2359LT 22MAR20) and 31MAY20....

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Flair adds eight routes but cuts Abbotsford service

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Canadian ultra-LCC Flair Airlines will fly eight new routes in summer 2020 but is pulling service from Abbotsford after strong competition from...

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