Tulum: Air Canada will land in December from Quebec


Air Canada has announced that it will launch new weekly flights from Quebec City to Tulum, the newest airport in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, starting on December 13, 2024, pending government approval. The airline will also resume non-stop services from Quebec City to popular sunny destinations for the winter 2024-25 season, including Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Punta Cana, and Cancun.

Mark Galardo, Air Canada’s Executive Vice President of Revenue and Network Planning, expressed excitement about the new non-stop flights to Tulum, providing convenient access to Mexico’s Riviera Maya. He also highlighted the airline’s wide range of travel options for Quebec residents, allowing them to plan their sunny vacation trips now. Air Canada Vacations will be part of this offering as well.

Stéphane Poirier, President and CEO of Quebec’s Jean-Lesage International Airport (YQB), welcomed Tulum as a vacation destination for travelers in the Quebec metropolitan region. He also emphasized the return of international flights from Quebec City to popular destinations like Cancun, Punta Cana, Orlando, and Fort Lauderdale.

As previously reported by REPORTUR.mx, Tulum’s “Felipe Carrillo Puerto” International Airport recently received its first Copa Airlines flight. The airline will operate four weekly non-stop flights between Tulum and Panama, providing connectivity to countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, and Paraguay.

Source: Reporture