Airlines continue to add new flights between Mexico and the United States and Canada.
Air Canada announced yesterday it will offer a new service linking Mexico City and Montreal beginning May 2, with up to five flights a week. The airline will operate an Airbus A319 on the route.
Its leisure carrier subsidiary Air Canada Rouge will provide the service.
Over on the Pacific coast, Los Cabos has new service from Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Alaska Airlines began operating a 181-seat Airbus 737-900 on November 20, with four flights a week running until April 27.
Delta Air Lines also begins offering new flights this month to Los Cabos. Non-stop flights will run seven days a week out of San Diego, California, and four days a week from Seattle, Washington, until January 10, following which the flight will operate only on Saturdays.
Delta will also launch a flight to Los Cabos from JFK in New York on Saturdays until June 27. All three new Delta flights will begin on December 20.
Earlier this year the airline announced it would expand its service to Mexico by 25%.
Spirit Airlines will improve connections out of Houston, Texas, next year, with new flights to Los Cabos and Cancún. The Los Cabos flights will operate twice a week beginning May 7, increasing to four a week on June 11. The Cancún flights will run three times a week to start, increasing to daily, on the same dates as Los Cabos.
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