According to travelerstoday.com, Norwegian Air, in conjunction with Funjet Vacations and Apple Vacations, launched winter flights from General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee, to Mexico and the Caribbean today, County Executive Chris Abele said.
Norwegian Air is the newest airline at Mitchell airport, and Funjet Vacations is a brand of Milwaukee-based Mark Travel Corp.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele said, “these six nonstops to Mexico and the Caribbean give travelers plenty of warm vacation options this winter.”
Norwegian’s 2016-2017 winter schedule includes nonstops from MKE to Mexico (Cancun, Cozumel, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, and Puerto Vallarta), the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana), and Jamaica (Montego Bay). All flights can be booked at funjet.com or applevacations.com.
by Dan Shafer, reporter covering manufacturing and the travel and tourism industries for the Milwaukee Business Journal.
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