Swoop Airlines, an ultra-low-cost airline, will start a twice-weekly flight operation from Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) in the Coachella Valley next month to Edmonton International Airport.
“We are thrilled to begin service to Palm Springs International Airport with the announcement of our new non-stop service to Edmonton, “With more than three million travelers having already experienced Swoop’s incredible service and ultra-low fares we are confident this new route will be a huge success.”Charles Duncan, President of Swoop
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36 Airports and 15 Airlines
The Coachella Valley airport serves passengers by operating flights in and out of the valley through a network of 15 airlines flying planes to and from 36 airports.
The Palm Springs government shared that “Swoop airlines will be PSP’s fourth Canadian Airline and third Ultra Low-Cost Carrier. PSP’s list of airlines and nonstop routes continues to increase as the Coachella Valley airport benefits from the return of leisure demand for its upcoming tourist season”.
Swoop- Ultra-Low Fare Airline
Swoop Airline operates ten Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft and offers the lowest airfare to Canadians. When last checked, its fare from Edmonton to Palm Strings was $$119CAD.
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