Air Canada has announced a significant expansion to its winter network. The airline has focused on sunny destinations, with Toronto and Montreal seeing new services.
Air Canada has revealed a Toronto to Monterrey year-round service slated to begin on October 29th. They’ll become the only airline to offer such a service to the third largest metropolis in Mexico. Flights will depart Toronto on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Meanwhile, a seasonal Toronto to Martinique in France begins on December 16th. The one weekly service will depart from Toronto on Saturdays as AC950 and return as AC951.
Montreal will further boost its Mexican presence by adding Los Cabos on a seasonal Friday service as AC975 and returning as AC974. It’ll complement an existing flight from Toronto and Vancouver to the sunny destination.
Montreal and La Romana will also be connected through a seasonal service beginning December 17th. This once-weekly flight departs Montreal at 0910 and arrives in La Romana at 1510 before departing La Romana as AC1757.
Air Canada also announced substantial capacity from Vancouver:
Additionally, in the release, the airline outlines further frequency changes from popular cities such as Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax, Toronto and more too.
We are seeing strong, ongoing interest for winter leisure travel, and as the leading carrier from Canada to popular sun destinations with up to 683 weekly flights planned this winter, we are thrilled to add exciting new services from Toronto and Montreal to the Caribbean and Mexico and significant increases from our Vancouver hub in response to pent up demand. With the most flights to choose from coast to coast this winter to popular leisure sun destinations and convenient travel package options through Air Canada Vacations, customers can begin booking their vacation to their preferred destination now.Mark Galardo, Executive Vice President, Revenue and Network Planning at Air Canada.