Published on : Thursday, September 14, 2017
These routes would actually be a portion of a major expansion of the Irish services of the airlines company.
There would be non-stop, seasonal flights between Toronto and Shannon, and even between Dublin and Montreal commencing on June of 2018, as revealed by Air Canada. The flights would be functioning on Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft that is the newest single-aisle aircraft of the airline.
Moreover, it would also be enriched with a business and economy cabin configuration.
As part of the expansion Air Canada would transfer its existent Dublin-Toronto service from Air Canada Rouge to Air Canada mainline from 29th October of 2017. The route would be operating with raised frequencies this winter with daily flights from Dublin to Toronto that is scheduled to commence next summer.
The announcements come as travel between Ireland and Canada and also North America as a whole, continues to prosper.
Last year, Canada had delivered a record 203,000 visitors to the island of Ireland marking an increase of 11% on that in the year 2015, as asserted by Niall Gibbons who is the CEO of Tourism Ireland.
Furthermore, there exists a strong connection between the two nations.
ASL Airlines France, Air Transat and Aer Lingus are some of the airlines that fly to various Canadian locales from Dublin. Air Canada would also be raising its weekly flights between Vancouver and Dublin from three to five as of the following summer season.
Vincent Harrison, Managing Director, Dublin Airport said that he was glad to witness Canada soaring to fresh heights at the airport.
Both the Dublin-Montreal and Shannon-Toronto services would be operating four times weekly starting next summer.
And, they are scheduled to go on sale from 19th September.