AIRPORT–Sunwing is cancelling its St. Maarten flights out of Toronto and Montreal until April 30, 2018, putting its programme to the Friendly Island on hold for the fall/winter 2017-2018 season while the island rebuilds following the devastation from Hurricane Irma.
According to www. travelweek.ca, Sunwing reconfirmed that it has added additional flying on the same day of travel, from Toronto to Montego Bay and Montreal to Cancun in order to offer customers more options.
“Impacted customers have been provided the option of re-booking alternative vacation packages at a special rate, choosing from other available options or cancelling for a full refund. Customers who booked with their travel agent are encouraged to contact them directly to make arrangements,” stated Sunwing representatives.
Air Canada Vacations (ACV) has announced it will send 25 Product Specialists from its Montreal and Toronto offices to assess its sun destinations in order to ensure all hotels receiving guests continue to meet the company’s precise quality standards.
ACV Product Specialists will visit Turks and Caicos, Cuba and a number of other destinations in order to conduct local, on-site inspections. The review will encompass hotel amenities, beaches, as well as road and relevant utility infrastructure.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/69490-sunwing-halts-flights-to-sxm-through-end-of-april-2018