New Dublin - Cancun Non-stop flight!By Fernanda Duque Hernández
Connecting Cancun with the world.
White sandy beaches, warm climate and lush ecosystems. This is Cancun and to be honest, who wouldn't like to experience paradise? Knowing this, tour operator Falcon Holidays and Thomson have programmed the next seasonal flight from Dublin to Cancun.
The service will begin on June 13th, 2016 with the company operating one flight weekly for six weeks from Dublin Airport (DUB) – which is celebrating its 75th anniversary - to Cancun International (CUN).
“We believe that the range of exclusive holidays we will be offering coupled with this state-of-the-art jet will be well received by Irish holiday makers,” said Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison. “The full [program] will be unveiled and available to book from next month.”
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be provided for this route and will include Premium Club class seating. According to Mr. Harrison, this new service will aim to increase flights for the summer season, a favorite time of the year to travel.
In addition to the new Dublin-Cancun non-stop flight, Falcon Holidays and Thomson will be also offering direct flights to Montego Bay in Jamaica; adding two more long-haul destinations to the 17 that are already connected with Dublin Airport.
“It is with great thanks to the Mexican and Jamaican authorities, that has made this exciting opportunity possible” said Chris Logan, Head of Ireland for Falcon Holidays and Thomson.
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