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Sunwing Airlines offers direct flights from Toronto to Bonaire

Sunwing Airlines offers direct flights in High Season

Great news for our Canadian guests! SunWing Airlines, a Canadian low-cost air carrier, successfully began non-stop service from Toronto to Bonaire two years ago. After yet another successful year, flights will be offered again in high season, December 2019 to April 2020.

Sunwing Schedule to Bonaire 2019-2020

Scheduled flights to Bonaire in 2019 and 2020 take place December 15th, January 5th, 12th 19th, 26th. Flights in February take place the 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd. Flights in march take place March 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th. In April flights are on the 5th and 12th, returning April 19th. The April 12th 2020 outbound flight from Toronto marks the end of Sunwing’s seasonal flights to Bonaire.

All outbound flights leave Toronto at 10am and arrive in Bonaire at 4:10pm, with a one hour change when daylight savings time ends in Toronto.Inbound Flights leave Bonaire at 5:20pm and arrive in Toronto at 9:50pm

The fleet and details

Sunwing Airlines fleet consists of 26 Boeing 737-800’s with a capacity of 189 seats.

Flights on Ontario Canada based Sunwing leave Toronto Canada (YYZ) and arrive at Flamingo International Airport . Bonaire’s airport code is BON and it’s also known as BIA or Bonaire International Airport.

In addition Sunwing Airlines flies between Toronto and Aruba (AUA) on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays in high season. So if tourists find getting flights into Bonaire difficult they can look into flying into Aruba and transferring with one of the puddle jumper airlines. For companies that fly between Aruba and Bonaire try Aruba Airlines, Divi-Divi or WinAir. However these airlines possibly stop in Curacao.

It’s expensive to get to Bonaire!

Although the Canadian Dollar is low against the US Dollar Canadian tourists will be happy about Sunwing’s service. Because this low cost airline offers flights beginning at about $700CAD Canadian tourists can get to this beautiful island for a little bit less. Need more information about how to get to bonaire?

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