December 7, 2022

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Air Canada to launch new services to Europe including Brussels, Toulouse and Copenhagen – Italiavola & Travel

Air Canada has announced a strategic expansion of its international network in the summer of 2023 with the addition of new European services to Brussels, Toulouse and Copenhagen.

It is resuming its main Asian services to Tokyo-Haneda and Osaka and restoring frequencies to its main destinations in the Atlantic, Pacific and South America regions.

In preparation for next year’s operations, Air Canada continues to work with governments and other partners on the airline industry’s continued recovery from the effects of the pandemic.

International Services

Air Canada’s international services on the widebody aircraft offer a choice of three cabins: Air Canada Signature Class with individually reclining pods, Premium Economy with larger seats with extra legroom and premium amenities, and Economy with chef and beverage-inspired food and wines. All cabins feature in-flight entertainment screens, hours of free in-flight entertainment at every seat and the option to purchase Wi-Fi connectivity.

Air Canada has 23 Maple Leaf lounges for eligible customers in North America and around the world. Additionally, Air Canada’s Signature Suites in Toronto Pearson Terminal 1 and YVR’s International Maple Leaf Lounge on the second floor set a new standard for premium travel. Available to select Signature Service customers before traveling to international destinations, customers enjoy a five-star dining experience in this enclave of the finest and most discerning Canada has to offer in terms of cuisine, design and comfort. .

Air Canada’s flights on international flights showcase some of the best Canadian culinary talent on Air Canada’s panel of celebrity chefs, including award-winning Vancouver chefs David Hawksworth and Vikram Vij and Montreal’s Antonio Park and Jerome Park, as well as renowned chefs. Ferrer. Completing the culinary journey is a selection of fine wines selected by VĂ©ronique Rivest, Canada’s leading sommelier.

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All customers have the opportunity to collect and redeem points with Aeroplan, Canada’s premier loyalty program, when traveling on Air Canada, and eligible customers have access to priority check-in, Maple Leaf Lounges, priority boarding and other benefits.

Table highlights

Toronto – Brussels

Airplane from takes off to do arrives Airplane the beginning is running the season
AC834 Toronto 18:20 Brussels 07: 45 + 1 B787 Dreamliner June. 1 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sun Throughout the year
AC835 Brussels 10:15 Toronto 12:25 p.m B787 Dreamliner June. 2 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday Throughout the year

Montreal-Toulouse

Airplane from takes off to do arrives Airplane the beginning is running the season
AC878 Montreal 19:30 Toulouse 08: 45 + 1 A330-300 June. 1 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sun Throughout the year
AC879 Toulouse 13:15 Montreal 15:20 A330-300 June. 2 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday Throughout the year

Montreal – Copenhagen

Airplane from takes off to do arrives Airplane the beginning is running the season
AC826 Montreal 17:55 Copenhagen 06: 45 + 1 B787 Dreamliner June. 1 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Summer
AC827 Copenhagen 13:15 Montreal 15:00 B787 Dreamliner June. 2 Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Summer

Toronto-Tokyo Haneda

Airplane from takes off to do arrives Airplane the beginning is running the season
AC1 Toronto 13:40 Tokyo Haneda 15: 40 + 1 B787 Dreamliner May 1 Daily Throughout the year
AC2 Tokyo Haneda 17:30 Toronto 16:35 B787 Dreamliner May 2 Daily Throughout the year

Vancouver – Osaka

Airplane from takes off to do arrives Airplane the beginning is running the season
AC23 Vancouver 13:10 Osaka 16: 05 + 1 B787 Dreamliner June. 2 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday Summer
AC24 Osaka 17:40 Vancouver 11:05 B787 Dreamliner June. 3 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Summer

Highlights of Air Canada’s increased international route frequencies for the 2023 summer season compared to the 2022 summer season include:

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Europe

Toronto-London Heathrow Increases to three to four daily
Toronto-Edinburgh Increases from six weekly to daily
Toronto-Copenhagen Increases to three to five per week
Toronto-Barcelona Increases from five weekly to daily
Toronto-Madrid Increases to six weekly
Montreal-Frankfurt Increases from two daily to 19 weekly (in partnership with Lufthansa)
Montreal-Geneva Increases from six weekly to daily
Montreal-Nice Increases to three to four weekly

Middle East and Africa

Toronto-Dubai Increases from three a week to daily
Montreal-Tel Aviv Weekly increases from three weeks to four weeks
Montreal-Algiers Weekly increases from three weeks to four weeks

South America

Montreal-Sao Paulo Increases to three to five per week

South Pacific

Vancouver-Brisbane Increase from four weekly to daily

Asia

Vancouver-Hong Kong Increases from three a week to daily
Vancouver-Seoul Increases from five weekly to daily
Toronto-Tokyo Narita Increasing from five weekly to daily (starting summer 2022)
Montreal-Tokyo Narita Increases from twice a week to daily