Canadian Air about expansion in Winter programme included Four new links Departure from toronto and montreal for Monterrey and Los Cabos in Mexico and La Romana and Fort-de-France in the West Indies.
Air Canada will be the only airline to offer a direct connection between Toronto and Monterrey, Mexico’s third-largest city, with four flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), and will launch a weekly flight (Friday) from Montreal in Los Angeles. Nightmare, which will complete service from Toronto and Vancouver to the popular Mexican vacation destination. A link will operate from Toronto to Fort-de-France in the Martique with a rotation weekly (Saturday) and a link from Montreal to La Romana in the Dominican Republic with a rotation weekly (Sunday).
The Canadian airline will also deploy significantly increased capacity this winter from its hub in Vancouver to popular sunny destinations such as the North American cities of Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas and San Diego, as well as additional flights to vacation destinations. It is popular in Mexico and the West Indies.
With this expansion of the Sun Destinations winter program, Air Canada expects to increase capacity by 11% compared to 2022 and expects to operate 8% more flights than those offered before the pandemic in 2019. Among other things, it will offer up to 20 routes Canada to Florida and more flights from Canada to Cancun, as well as between Montreal and Palm Beach, between Toronto and Fort Myers, between Vancouver and Miami, Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
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