Swoop Into Nashville With Canada’s Leading Low-Fare Airline

The Southern expansion comes as travel restrictions lift.

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Ultra-low-fare airline, Swoop, can now bring you to the birthplace of country music.   

On May 26, Swoop’s inaugural flight to Nashville from Toronto took off, marking a new era of American expansion for the Canadian airline. The Tennessee location joins nine other spots south of the border, including Chicago, Las Vegas, Mesa, New York, Orlando, Palm Springs, San Diego, San Francisco, and St. Pete-Clearwater. 

As part of Swoop’s efforts to expand, service between Nashville and Edmonton will begin on June 19. Flights between these locations will occur approximately 2 times weekly, whereas service between Toronto and Nashville will happen approximately 4 times a week. 

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The added location comes as Canadians gear up to travel again, with long lines for passport renewals occurring all throughout the country. 

Swoop is prepared for the travel boom. Head of Commercial and Finance Bert van der Stege stated in a press release that “Convenient and affordable air travel options are essential in driving the recovery of tourism, and we’re proud to be able to offer Canadians an affordable way to explore more of the U.S. this summer.” 

One-way flights from Toronto or Edmonton to Nashville start at $77 ($99 CAD), whereas flights from Nashville to the Canadian cities start at $59 ($75 CAD). To learn more about Swoop flight schedules and bookings, visit FlySwoop.com.

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