(14 Oct 2021)
Air Canada has unveiled plans to expand its services
The airline will increase flights between Toronto
and Delhi from tomorrow,
and launch a new year-round, thrice weekly non-stop service between Montreal and
Delhi, effective 31 October, just in time for Diwali celebrations.
Air Canada’s frequency
on its Toronto – Delhi service will increase from daily to ten flights per week beginning
All flights will be operated with Air Canada’s most modern
aircraft, the 298-seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner featuring a choice
of three cabins of service: Air Canada Signature Class, Premium
Economy and Economy class.
“The Canada-India market is an important and
strategic one for Air Canada. These additional flights and new
route demonstrate Air Canada’s anticipation about the promise and
growth of the Indian subcontinent– and we also look forward to
further strengthening the cultural and business ties between our
two countries,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network
Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada. “This
announcement also confirms Air Canada’s commitment to growing its
main hubs of Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, with convenient
non-stop service to India from each hub. Air Canada is the only
carrier offering a direct service to Delhi out of Montreal,
allowing for easy connections through our extensive network. We
continue to focus on the growing visiting friends and relatives
market and this capacity expansion is a response to increasing
Air Canada offers daily flights from Vancouver, up to ten flights
per week from Toronto and thrice weekly flights from Montreal.
airline’s service to Mumbai will resume when conditions permit.
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