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Wednesday, January 27th 2021

"I'm a travel junkie who's hooked on deals from YYZ." - Chris Myden

And yet another ridiculous deal - Toronto to Nassau, Bahamas - $97 roundtrip after tax

Try December 2 to 9 from Toronto to Nassau (NAS) on FlightCentre.ca

$97 roundtrip after tax! And it's bookable. Can see it on other major Canadian travel sites as well.

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3 Responses to "And yet another ridiculous deal - Toronto to Nassau, Bahamas - $97 roundtrip after tax"

    Has Froghalter been here?
       Froghalter on November 30th, 2010

    I remember both JetsGo and Canada 3000 offering similarly over-the-top deals just before going belly-up and stranding thousands of travelers (me among them!).

    Chris - do you think that might be the case here? Is Thomas Cooke in trouble?

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on November 30th, 2010

    FrogHalter: The thought has definitely crossed my mind, but I'm also wondering if maybe this doesn't have something to do with the relatively new partnership between Thomas Cook and WestJet ?

    I've noticed that most of the flights with these crazy prices are operated by WestJet.. And if you Google around, you'll find articles like this:

    Thomas Cook says partnerships are vital

    "Returning to the partnership theme, Friisdahl said this winter’s other new collaboration with WestJet, will really lend itself extremely well to Holiday House, Fun Sun and Intair.

    Thomas Cook, Jazz and WestJet, make a great marriage said Friisdahl, noting that in today’s world, when ‘normal’ in the travel industry is an unknown quantity, it is important to have strong partnerships."

    So maybe this is just an attempt to grab some market share?

    Some more info from another article...

    All of WestJet's flights to the Caribbean and Mexico are scheduled service.

    WestJet Vacations sells seats on WestJet flights, much like Transat, Signature, Thomas Cook, etc. are and have been doing for a few years now.

    Thomas Cook has chartered Jazz to do flying in Eastern Canada (using 757s) and is purchasing seats on WestJet flights in Western Canada. "

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on November 30th, 2010

    Also, check out this article from Nov 5th:


    With the Skyservice headaches behind it, Thomas Cook launched into a new era of shuttling Canadians to sunny destinations on Friday. The tour operator announced the launch of a flight services agreement with Jazz that will see six Thomas Cook-branded Boeing 757-200 planes taking snowbirds to the Caribbean, Mexico and Costa Rica on charter flights.

    The initial charter service begins with more than 70 flights departing each week to 19 sun destinations, including Aruba, Curacao, Jamaica, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas and Puerto Vallarta. Two flights departed Friday morning from Pearson International Airport in Toronto. One was headed to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the second to Cancun, Mexico. Flights from Halifax, Montreal and Ottawa will begin in December.

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