Air Canada Plans to Open New Routes Such as Montreal-Seattle, Toronto-San Jose, with New Airbus A220-300

By Paul Riegler on 14 August 2019
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Air Canada said Wednesday it will introduce two new routes next year that it will operate using Airbus A220-300s.

“The A220-300 will open new markets such as the Montreal-Seattle and Toronto-San Jose flights,” the airline said.

The two routes – Montreal-Seattle and Toronto-San Jose, California – will launch in the spring.

Air Canada’s Airbus A220-300s will have 12 seats in the business-class cabin and 125 in coach. Seats in business will be in a 2×2 configuration.  The aircraft will offer satellite-based Wi-Fi and a Panasonic in-flight entertainment system in 15 languages.

The A220 will initially be deployed from the airline’s Montreal and Toronto hubs on current domestic and transborder routes including flights to New York’s LaGuardia Airport as well as to Ottawa, Winnipeg, and Calgary.

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