Air Canada to Launch New Seasonal Service Between Toronto and Quebec

By Jesse Sokolow on 1 October 2014
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DSC_4872Air Canada announced it will begin new seasonal service between Toronto and Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.  An Air Canada Express regional carrier will operate the flights.

Flights will be offered four times a week, between December 18 and March 30, 2015.  The service will be non-stop.

Air Canada Express will use Bombardier Q400 aircraft on the route.  The planes are outfitted with 74 seats in a one-class configuration.

Tickets for the new service will be available for purchase beginning October 2.

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