Tulum, Q.R. — Air Canada is the first Canadian airline to announce direct flights into Tulum International Airport. The airline says it is boosting its North American network capacity for the summer 2024 travel season.
The boost will include the addition of two new destinations, one of which is Tulum, Mexico. The airline says Air Canada is the first Canadian airline to offer service to Tulum with flights from Toronto and Montreal.
“We are excited to add two brand new destinations to our global network, Tulum, Mexico from our Toronto and Montreal hubs, and Charleston, South Carolina from Toronto, plus new Austin and St. Louis flights from Montreal in summer 2024.
“These new destinations and routes reflect Air Canada’s market leadership and network diversification strategy of adding capacity to in-demand leisure destinations such as Tulum and fast-growing, key metropolitan areas in the US,” said Mark Galardo, Executive Vice President, Revenue and Network Planning at Air Canada.
Tickets for the Toronto-Tulum route will begin May 3, 2024 while the and Montreal-Tulum routes are will begin May 4, 2024. Tickets for both routes for May 2024 travel are currently on sale.