Air Canada will add four new routes to the United States and three domestic routes from three Canadian hubs for the summer season, the carrier announced Tuesday. It will also restore 41 North American roads.
With these new and restored routes, Air Canada will serve 51 Canadian airports and 46 US airports this summer.
New US routes include twice-daily flights from Montreal to Atlanta and Detroit beginning June 1. On the same day, flights will begin between Vancouver and Austin, Texas on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The fourth new US route, from Toronto to Salt Lake City, begins June 2 on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Domestically, on May 1, Air Canada will add daily flights from Calgary to Ft. St. John and four flights per week from Vancouver to Halifax. The third addition is a daily flight between Montreal and Gander operating daily starting June 25.
The 41 restored North American routes will include 13 from Toronto, nine from Montreal, five from Ottawa, five from Vancouver, four from Calgary, three from Halifax and two from Edmonton.
Global route restoration
In addition to the announcement of North American service, Air Canada, from March 1 to June 17, will relaunch 34 routes to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Eleven routes will include year-round service, with the remainder being seasonal.
European service will include flights from Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver to Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Nice, Paris, Reykjavik, Rome, Venice, Vienna and Zurich . Year-round service between Halifax and London Heathrow will begin on April 30.
Additional destinations picked up from Toronto or Montreal will include Algiers, Cairo, Casablanca, Tel Aviv and Tokyo.