Sunwing’s Revived YYZ Flights Met With Optimism From N.L. Airports

Sunwing will introduce two weekly flights between Gander and Toronto, one between Stephenville and Toronto, and a Monday-to-Friday schedule between St. John's and Toronto as part of its summer schedule. It’s giving hope to small market airport operators in Newfoundland and Labrador after their struggles with mass cuts to travel services amid the pandemic. YYT CEO Peter Avery calls Sunwing's announcement "cautious optimism” adding, "I think what you see from Sunwing is hedging some bets a little bit and hoping that vaccines will roll out and we'll be able to travel again this summer.”

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