Air Canada to Link Toronto with Memphis, San Antonio, Savannah

By Jesse Sokolow on 7 December 2016
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DSC_0990Air Canada announced that it plans to launch six new routes between the United States and Canada next May.

Among the new flights will be daily service between Toronto and San Antonio, Texas, which is set to begin on May 1, 2017. The carrier will also launch daily Toronto-Memphis, Tennessee, service and increase its seasonal daily Vancouver-Phoenix, Arizona flights to year-round service on that date.

Air Canada will also begin six weekly seasonal flights between Toronto and Savannah, Georgia, on May 1, which will operate through October 15, 2017.

On May 18, the airline is scheduled to begin twice daily service between Vancouver, British Columbia, and Denver, Colorado, followed by daily flights between Montreal, Quebec, and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.

The new routes will be operated by Air Canada Express, using regional aircraft.

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