Air Canada to Begin Flights to Melbourne, Lima, Phoenix

By Jesse Sokolow on 4 May 2017
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DSC_0910Air Canada announced that it will begin six new international routes this winter.

The Montreal-based airline will launch service to Melbourne, Australia from Vancouver on December 1, and will operate the route four times a week through February 4, 2018. Air Canada will then begin service between Toronto and St. Vincent in the Caribbean on December 14. The service will be operated once a week by Air Canada rouge through April 12.

On December 15, the carrier will begin weekly flights to Belize City, Belize from Toronto. Air Canada rouge will operate the service through April 13.

Flights from Montreal to Lima, Peru will commence on December 16, and will be operated by Air Canada rouge twice weekly through May 27 of next year. This will be followed by twice weekly service to Orlando, Florida from Vancouver on December 20. The route will be operated twice weekly by Air Canada rouge.

Air Canada will then begin flights to Phoenix, Arizona from Montreal on February 22, 2018. Air Canada rouge will operate eh route three times a week through May 28.

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