Air Canada beginning summer 2023 will expand its
international service with new, resumed and expanded routes, the carrier
announced Thursday. 

New European routes beginning June 1 will include
Toronto-Brussels, to operate year-round five times weekly; Montreal-Toulouse,
France, to operate year-round five times weekly; and Montreal-Copenhagen, to
operate for the summer season five times weekly. 

In addition, Air Canada will increase its summer services
between Toronto and each London Heathrow, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, Barcelona and
Madrid, as well as between Montreal and each Frankfurt, Geneva and Nice.

The carrier May 1 also will resume year-round daily service
between Toronto and Tokyo-Haneda, and as of June 2 four-times weekly summer
service between Vancouver and Osaka. Asian routes with increased frequencies will
include Vancouver between each Hong Kong and Seoul, South Korea; between
Toronto and Tokyo-Narita; and between Montreal and Tokyo-Narita.

Further, Air Canada will increase frequencies between
Toronto and Dubai, Vancouver and Brisbane, Australia, and between Montreal and
each Tel Aviv, Algiers and Sāo Paulo, according to the carrier.

The carrier’s route expansion announcement comes on the heels
of Canadian
lifting the country’s remaining Covid-19-related entry restrictions
on Oct. 1.

[email protected] (Donna M. Airoldi)

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