Effective June 4th 2020, Air Canada will fly 5 times weekly between Montreal and Toulouse. The route Toronto-Brussels will debut earlier, May 1st 2020, and will be operated up to 5 times weekly.
Montreal – Toulouse
The five-times weekly flights will provide the only year-round service between the two cities and be operated with Air Canada’s 292-seat Airbus A330-300 fleet, featuring Signature Class (fully lie-flat seats), Premium Economy and Economy cabins. “Air Canada is very pleased to offer non-stop, year-round flights linking Montreal and Toulouse. This service will create opportunities to accelerate synergies between two of the world’s leading aerospace industry hubs. This further demonstrates the power of having a global champion in Montreal such as Air Canada; one with the capacity and network breadth to compete effectively in aviation, the most international of businesses,” said Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive Officer at Air Canada.
Toronto – Brussels
The new, year-round services between Toronto and Brussels will start on May 1, 2020. Up to five weekly non-stop flights will be operated with Air Canada’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, featuring Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy services. “We are pleased to launch new non-stop, year-round flights from Toronto to Brussels, complementing our successful Montreal-Brussels service now celebrating its tenth anniversary. This is a further expansion of Air Canada’s reach to Europe and beyond. This new service will conveniently connect our extensive North American network through our Toronto Pearson global hub directly to Brussels, where our Star Alliance partner Brussels Airlines offers far-reaching connections throughout Europe and Africa,” said Mark Galardo, Vice President of Network Planning at Air Canada.