Pack your bags and your mask. The Swoop winter schedule for 2020-21 has landed and there are a lot of sunny destinations to jet off to during the season. Plus, there's going to be flights taking off from Toronto Pearson International Airport now.\nIf you're already dreaming of escaping the snow and cold, here's an opportunity for you.\nSwoop's winter schedule will run from October 25 to April 24, 2021, and flights will take you away from the harsh seasonal weather to sun and sand.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario’s Three-Storey Patio On A River Will Make You Feel Like You’re Dining In Venice\nWith this new schedule, the low-cost Canadian airline will be flying into and out of Toronto's biggest airport starting on October 25.\nEdmonton and Pearson will be the two major hubs for winter travel.\nFlights are also resuming at Kelowna International Airport and there will be non-stop service to sunny destinations.\nFrom the 6ix, you can head to Las Vegas, Orlando and Tampa Bay in the U.S. along with Cancun, Mexico and Montego Bay, Jamaica.\nService runs four and five times a week to those spots.\nThere are flights taking off from Edmonton four times a week to Mesa and Las Vegas in the U.S. and two times a week to Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan in Mexico.\nView this post on Instagram First time for Swoop on my account. Climbing out over the London Airshow last September. #flyswoop #yxu #737 A post shared by Ethan (@yhz_flyer) on Jul 25, 2020 at 6:49pm PDT\nIf you don't mind the winter weather, you can also explore Canada with this new schedule.\nThere will be flights between Toronto and Abbotsford, Edmonton, Kelowna and Halifax.\nYou can also go to Hamilton and Abbotsford from Edmonton.\nView this post on Instagram Never stand still. ✈️✨ . . . . . . . . #travel #traveling #vacation #instatravel #instago #instagood #trip #holiday #photooftheday #travelling #tourist #instapassport #instatraveling #mytravelgram #travelgram #travelingram #igtravel #canada #swoop #flyswoop #discovercanada #explore #plane #canada_gram #views #traveltheworld A post shared by LORI ✨ travel + lifestyle (@lorichristmas) on Jan 11, 2020 at 1:59pm PST\nIn the coming weeks and months, there could be some changes to the schedule based on health and safety conditions, travel advisories, and travel demand from Canadians.\nIf you want to book a flight this winter but are unsure about how the pandemic will progress, you can buy their ModiFly option, which lets you change the date and time of your reservation once.\nAir Transat's winter schedule will take Canadians to more than 40 destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, the U.S., Europe, and the rest of Canada.\nIf you're worried about getting COVID-19 when you're travelling, Air Canada is offering free insurance.