Midwest to See Jump in Caribbean Airlift

NWA WorldVacations, a division of Northwest Airlines, on Monday said it would offer increased air service from the Midwest to a variety of warm-weather destinations this winter. "For example, during peak travel periods this winter, daily service on Northwest Airlines from Minneapolis to Cancun will jump from three times a day to five," said Ken Pomerantz, president and chief marketing officer for MLT Vacations, a wholly owned subsidiary of Northwest. Other increased services include Detroit to Cancun, Jamaica and Puerto Vallarta; Minneapolis/St. Paul to Jamaica, Mazatlan and Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo. Visit [www.worldagentdirect.com].

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