Air Canada to Launch New Flights to 12 U.S Cities Next Year
Air Canada announced that it plans to begin new service to a total of 12 U.S. destinations from four Canadian cities next summer. The carrier will launch flights from Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, and Vancouver, with new destinations in the United States including Salt Lake City, San Diego, and Washington, D.C.
From Toronto, Air Canada will begin twice daily service to Washington Dulles International Airport on May 2, twice weekly service to Jacksonville, Florida on May 21, daily service to Portland, Oregon on May 26, and daily service to Salt Lake City on May 27. Both the Washington Dulles and Jacksonville routes will be operated by Air Canada Express, while the Portland route will be seasonal.
On May 24, the airline will launch twice daily service from Montreal to Philadelphia, followed by daily flights to Denver on June 4, and daily service to Houston on June 6. Both the Montreal-Philadelphia and Montreal-Houston routes will be operated by Air Canada Express.
The carrier will also begin daily service to San Francisco on June 18, as well as , which will operate three times a week. Service to San Francisco will be operated by Air Canada Express, while service to Phoenix will be operated by Air Canada rouge.
Twice daily Vancouver-San Jose service will commence on May 9, followed by daily seasonal service from Vancouver to San Diego on June 2, and daily Vancouver-Chicago service on June 4. Flights to San Jose will be operated by Air Canada Express, with service to San Diego operated by Air Canada rouge.
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