Cancun, Q.R. — World2Fly has announced more connections from Spain to Cancun and the addition of a new flight from Portugal. The airline says it will double its frequency from Madrid to four weekly flights and incorporate a new route from Lisbon, with one flight a week starting April.
The general director of the Tourism Promotion Council of Quintana Roo, Darío Flota Ocampo commented that “the consolidation of this airline and the announcement of the expansion of its routes starting April on its Madrid frequencies and its operation from Portugal are good news for the Mexican Caribbean, which offers us a greater possibility of continuing to receive visitors throughout the year.”
Gabriel M. Subías, CEO of W2M, acknowledged that “despite the adverse circumstances of the pandemic, our operations with Cancun have provided very good results and we are convinced of the attraction that Quintana Roo arouses among travelers from the national and Portuguese markets, making the destination the spearhead in the recovery of the tourism sector.”
Cancun, along with Havana and Punta Cana, were destinations with which World2Fly began its journey in June of last year. The inaugural flight to Cancun took off from Madrid on June 21, with flights maintaining an average occupancy rate of 90 percent.