- The Canadian ultra-low-cost-carrier, a subsidiary of WestJet Airlines, began its new Hamilton-PVR-Riviera Nayarit route on Tuesday with two flights per week.
Swoop Airlines, the ultra-low-cost-carrier that belongs to Canadian WestJet Airlines, inaugurated this past Tuesday the first of two routes operating to the Puerto Vallarta-Riviera Nayarit region. The 737-800 NG arrived from Hamilton, Canada with 120 passengers on board.
|Swoop President Steven Greenway; Marc Murphy, Javier Aranda and Susana Rodríguez.|
- Swoop is an ultra-low-cost company owned by WestJet, based out of Calgary, Alberta, a Canadian province.
- The airline began operations on June 20, 2018.
- The company currently operates a fleet of Boeing 737 Next Generation planes, specifically Boeing 737-800s.
- Airfare is approximately C$179.