Swoop, a Canadian “ultra-low-cost carrier, will enter the US this fall with seven routes from five US airports. The first flights begin Oct. 11 between Las Vegas and Edmonton. The carrier will add six more U.S.-Canada routes by the end of October. In addition to Las Vegas, Swoop’s new U.S. destinations will include Fort Lauderdale; Orlando; Phoenix/Mesa, Arizona; and Tampa. Swoop began flying just this past June and currently serves five Canadian destinations: Abbotsford, British Columbia; Edmonton, Alberta; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Hamilton, Ontario; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Like other carriers in its category, Swoop offers low base fares but charges for everything from advance seat assignments to water and carry-on bags. While it will provide limited leg-room, Swoop will offers streaming movies and TV and WiFi connectivity for travelers with personal electronic devices. There will be a charge for WiFi access, though the streaming option will initially be free on US routes with a charge expected to come later.