"Air Canada Increases Non-stop Flights between Montreal and Europe by 50 per cent, Introduces Double Daily Service to Paris, London and Frankfurt this Summer
MONTREAL, March 11 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada today announced that in
response to peak summer travel demand, the carrier will launch double daily
non-stop flights from Montréal to both London and Frankfurt this year, and
re-introduce its popular twice daily non-stop flights to Paris. With the
introduction of these new double daily services, Air Canada will increase by
50 per cent the number of flights operating this summer between Montréal and
three of Europe's largest gateway cities. In addition, Air Canada will offer
non-stop flights from Montreal to Vienna and Munich this summer on a codeshare
basis with its Star Alliance partners.
Air Canada will introduce second daily non-stop flights to London on
June 1, 2004, to Paris on June 23 and to Frankfurt on July 1, in addition to
its year round daily non-stop services. The second daily flights will operate
during the peak summer period. All flights will be operated using Boeing 767
aircraft in a two cabin configuration. Air Canada offers a choice of
Hospitality and Executive First premium service on all three routes.
"This is great news for consumers seeking convenient, direct access via
Montréal to Europe from the many communities Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz
serve across Quebec, Atlantic Canada and the north eastern United States,"
said Bill Bredt, Vice President, Network and Revenue Management. "With more
then 50 non-stop flights per week from Montréal to five major European
gateways this summer, Air Canada offers unbeatable choice and value direct to
Europe and points beyond throughout the Star Alliance network."
Air Canada's codeshare flights from Montréal non-stop to Vienna will
begin March 31 operated by Austrian Airlines four times weekly, and its non-
stop flights to Munich will begin June 8 operated by Lufthansa six times
weekly. These codeshare flights offer Aeroplan members the usual Star Alliance
benefits including accumulation of Aeroplan Miles that count toward top tier
status. In total, Air Canada will offer customers up to 52 non-stop flights
per week this summer from Montréal to five European gateway cities."
Cessnapimp From Canada, joined Oct 2001, 1320 posts, RR: 21 Reply 3, posted (9 years 9 months 10 hours ago) and read 4427 times:
The 762 is my fav ride. Best designed "kitchen" in the back. The 763 has all four bathrooms in the back and that stupid half galley that you never know what's in it in the middle... urgh... but still a great ride! The 333 cracks too much on rotation (doors, panels), but I must admit much more comfy for the pax... but not a "man's plane".
YHU From Canada, joined Jun 2000, 426 posts, RR: 1 Reply 8, posted (9 years 9 months 9 hours ago) and read 4258 times:
This just kind of follows on what Neil said long ago that a lot of AC's expansion will be based on increased frequencies to current distinations. This, instead of adding new destinations. Although, I think at the time he was speaking of YYZ, it seems that this is applying to YUL-Europe this summer.
Aviationman From Canada, joined Dec 1999, 634 posts, RR: 0 Reply 14, posted (9 years 9 months 7 hours ago) and read 4062 times:
"Just three European destinations out of YUL?"
You are right Nuno. I remember the days when AC was operating flights from YMX/YUL to LIS, MAD, NCE, ZRH, TLV....and I missed a few I am sure. Three destinations only? As I keep asking........What happened? Where did all the pax to ZRH, NCE, etc....go?
YOW From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 21, posted (9 years 9 months 5 hours ago) and read 3875 times:
That's right, based on Neil's definition, YOW is a hub for AC. We have at least 30 different connection possibilites a day... in the 100s if anyone from YYZ were ever to connect through YOW. Actually, most days 10-15 YYZers connect to our 7F YOW-YFB flights. See were an interline hub and the southern hub for Nunavut! Can't forget YEG in the hub mix either.