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Sunwing First Officer Jessalyn Teed named a Top 20 Under 40 for 2019

Sunwing Airlines First Officer Jessalyn Teed, has been named one of Wings Top 20 Under 40 for 2019. Wings is the official publication partner of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. The award recognizes inspiring young leaders under the age of 40 who are influencing the Canadian aviation and aerospace industry. First Officer Jessalyn Teed, […]

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Sunwing launches new direct flight service from Vancouver to Montego Bay

Long a holiday destination for many Canadians, the Caribbean island of Jamaica just got a little closer to Vancouverites with the news that Sunwing will be offering a new direct flight service from Vancouver to Montego Bay, Jamaica. While Sunwing already offers vacation packages from Vancouver to Jamaica, this winter will be the first time […]

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Sunwing increases domestic summer schedule to offer new daily Vancouver-Toronto flight

Although most Canadians are still in the thick of the winter, Sunwing Airlines is already gearing up for warmer weather with the reintroduction of its popular domestic flying schedule for summer 2015. This will be the 10th season that the airline has offered direct flights across Canada. In addition to three regular flights connecting Toronto […]

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Puerto Vallarta remains one of Mexico’s best overall destinations

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, has received a number of awards and recognitions in the first six months of 2014, celebrating its infrastructure and the high quality services and tourism offerings available to visitors. With more than 64 kilometres of diverse terrain, Puerto Vallarta offers a myriad of attractions, ranging from water sports to the longest zip-line […]

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Canadian government limits wet leasing in air industry

The Canadian government has unveiled a new policy to promote Canadian employment and limit wet leasing in the air industry. Wet leasing allows Canadian companies to lease not just a foreign aircraft but also its crew, maintenance and other essential elements. Last year, two Canadian airlines used wet-leasing arrangements with foreign carriers. While maintaining the […]

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