Air Canada to Launch Amsterdam, Venice, Osaka Service

By Jesse Sokolow on 25 September 2014
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An Air Canada plane in Montreal

An Air Canada plane in Montreal

Air Canada announced it will begin flying to Amsterdam from Toronto next June.  The carrier also said that it will begin new Air Canada rouge flights between Montreal and Venice, as well as between Vancouver and Osaka next summer.

The airline’s new Toronto-Amsterdam service will operate up to six times a week using Boeing 767-300ER planes.  Flights will begin on June 4, and will operate year-round.

Air Canada’s Boeing 767-300ER cabins are configured with 24 suites with lie-flat seats in business class, and 187 seats in economy.  Seats in business class have a bed length of 75”, and a width of 20.4”.

In addition, on May 1, 2015, Air Canada rouge will launch up to five flights a week between Vancouver and Osaka.  The flights are still subject to government approval. Air Canada rouge also plans to begin two weekly flights between Montreal and Venice on May 15, 2015.

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