Air Canada to Increase Frequency for Multiple International Flights from Vancouver

By Anna Breuer on 11 October 2018
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Business class on an Air Canada Dreamliner

Business class on an Air Canada Dreamliner

Air Canada announced an increase in frequency for multiple international flights starting in Vancouver.

The Montreal-based carrier plans to increase service from Vancouver to Delhi to daily flights as of June 2, 2019. In addition, service between Vancouver and Melbourne will operate four times per week and summer service to from Vancouver to and from Zürich will operate five times per week. Finally, flights from Vancouver to Kansai will operate five times per week from June to October next year.

The flights are scheduled to allow for connections with Air Canada’s North American network, and the flight to Melbourne is timed to allow for connections to Adelaide, Canberra, Perth, and Tasmania on Air Canada’s codeshare partner, Virgin Australia.

Air Canada will operate all of these routes using Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft equipped with 20 lie-flat seats in business class, 31 seats in premium economy, and 210 seats in economy. Business-class seats are 21” wide and have a pitch of 80”.

From its hub in Vancouver, Air Canada operates non-stop flights to eight destinations in Asia, three destinations in Australia, five destinations in Europe, as well as numerous flights to destinations in North America.

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