Air Canada to Boost Service to U.S. and Within Western Canada

By Paul Riegler on 14 February 2019
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IMG_0360Air Canada announced it will increase its service to the United States from Toronto and Montreal this summer as well as within western Canada

The airline is adding more flights from Toronto to Austin, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia, and from Montreal to Baltimore. It is also rolling out larger aircraft on flights to Memphis, Nashville, and Washington, D.C.’s Dulles International Airport. These aircraft have a separate business-class cabin as well as in-flight Wi-Fi service.

Changes in western Canada include using more Bombardier Q-400 aircraft on flights from Calgary and Vancouver, upgauging flights from Vancouver to Anchorage by deploying Airbus A320-family aircraft, and increasing the frequency of flights to multiple cities in the region.

The Montreal-based carrier recently announced plans to offer flights from Montreal to Raleigh and to fly larger aircraft on flights linking Toronto to Charlotte and Raleigh.

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