Air Canada has announced the expansion of its international network for the summer of 2023.
The company will offer new services in Europe Brussels, Toulouse and Copenhagen.
Air Canada will operate new connections between Montreal and Toulouse, but also from Copenhagen and Toronto and Brussels.
Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President – Network Planning and Revenue Management, Air Canada said in a statement: “The Toronto-Brussels route will be added to our existing service from Montreal, while Air Canada’s access to Europe and beyond will be expanded through Brussels Airlines, our Star Alliance trading partner, offering convenient connections to Europe and Africa.
Parallel to, our connection Montreal-Toulouse, connecting two global aviation hubs, is the only year-round service between North America and south-west France. We are also strengthening our presence in Scandinavia with the addition of a summer service between Montreal and Copenhagen, a Star Alliance hub that offers connections across Northern Europe and allows our customers on both sides of the Atlantic to easily visit and explore other countries.”
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