Air Canada is once again spreading its wings from Montreal and Toronto to major cities in southern Canada.
By December 8, the Canadian carrier will shuttle between Montreal and Sao Paulo, Brazil, operating four flights a week, year-round. There are daily flights from Toronto to Sao Paulo. The city of Buenos Aires is also served by Toronto and Montreal via Sao Paulo.
As for the link between Montreal and Bogota, Colombia, it will reopen on December 2nd. There are three flights a week. Between Toronto and Bogota, four flights will be offered from November 7.
Air Canada will resume its services between Santiago, Chile and Toronto with three flights a week by January 11, 2022.
For flights to Argentina, which wants to reopen its borders to international tourists by November 1, Air Canada is waiting for official approval from the authorities.
“By re-establishing its routes from Montreal and increasing its capacity from Toronto, Air Canada is demonstrating its commitment to the Brazilian, Argentine, Colombian and Chilean markets,” said Air Canada Network Senior Vice President Mark Gallardo. Revenue Management, in a press release.
“This increased presence not only diversifies the supply of leisure travel, but also stimulates economic recovery by facilitating business relationships,” he said.