Caye Caulker sunset

I’ve yet to experience an Air Transat vacation or cruise package, but last week’s event at Reflections at Rosewood Hotel Georgia – especially on that most dreary downpour of a day – really hit me with a bad case of itchy feet! Now’s the best time to start planning a winter escape.

Did you know that Air Transat caters to six different types of travellers? The six collections include Family, Solo, Sun-Savvy, Adults Only, Distinction and Luxury; in other words, there’s a package to suit just about every taste and budget.

Warm-weather destinations such as Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica and St. Maarten are all accounted for. 10 brand new routes have been added to the roster this year: Liberia, San José, San Andrés, Roatán, Managua, Ixtapa, Havana, Curaçao and Cartagena.

In terms of lodging, Transat offers everything from home and apartment rentals right up to luxury resorts. Flights originate from YVR, Victoria and Kelowna in BC as well as from major airports across Canada, depending on the day and time of year.

Air Transat

European destinations (with direct flights to both London and Paris) are available year-round. Air Transat’s become the leading holiday airline, taking close to three million passengers to nearly 60 destinations in 30 countries annually. For the fourth year straight, they’ve been named Best North American Leisure Airline at Skytrax World Airline Awards.

Right about now, we’re thinking how wonderful a week in sunny Jamaica, Cuba or St. Maarten would feel on our bodies. With a tropical drink in hand of course. Visit Transat online to learn more about their flights, travel packages and cruise offers.

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