Travel advisors in Tulum with ACV on the occasion of new year-round service

Canadian travel advisors are in Tulum, Mexico along this weekend Air Canada Vacations (ACV), while the tour operator simultaneously launched new holiday packages Air Canada’s new year-round service.

ACV’s “Tulum Deep Dive” immersive training experience aims to increase agents’ knowledge of the destination and ACV’s offering to clients.

To mark the new route, passengers seeking sun-drenched getaways, Mayan seaside ruins and pristine cenotes gathered for a special gate party, followed by ribbon-cutting ceremonies, at both locations. Montreal Trudeau International Airport And Toronto Pearson International Airport on Friday (May 3).

Team ACV celebrates the launch of Air Canada's Tulum flights.  (Delivered)

Erminia Gallina, director of sales at Air Canada Vacations, and Bradley Sutherland senior manager, business development at Air Canada, took the opportunity to address the gathering at Toronto Airport.

In the meantime, Marco Gagnon, general manager for Quebec and Ottawa, with Karen Aks, senior manager, regional sales at Air Canada, was present at Montreal airport.

Ribbon cutting at Toronto Pearson Airport.  (Delivered)

Both flights were welcomed with a special water cannon salute upon arrival.

“After much anticipation, we are pleased to celebrate and share the launch of this exciting new route with fellow travellers,” said Nino Montagnese, vice president of Air Canada Vacations in a statement. “With Air Canada as our exclusive airline, we know we can provide unparalleled service and bring the Tulum vacation experience even closer to Canadians.”

Travelers can now choose from a variety of 36 Tulum vacation packages, tailored to a wide range of preferences, ranging from luxury beach resorts to culturally immersive experiences.


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