Air Canada announced its expansion Winter programme incl Four new links Departs from Toronto and Montreal Monterrey and Los Cabos In Mexico, and La Romana and Fort-de-France In the West Indies.
Air Canada is the only airline to launch four weekly flights (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) between Toronto and Monterrey, Mexico’s third largest metropolis, and a weekly flight (Friday) from Montreal, LA. Cabos, which complements service to this popular Mexican vacation destination from Toronto and Vancouver. It operates a link from Toronto to Fort-de-France in Martic with one rotation per week (Saturday) and a link from Montreal in the Dominican Republic to La Romana with a rotation per week (Sunday).
The Canadian airline has also expanded additional flights from its Vancouver hub this winter to popular sun destinations such as North American cities Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas and San Diego, as well as cruises. Popular in Mexico and the West Indies.
With this expansion of the winter program for sun destinations, Air Canada expects to increase its capacity by 11% compared to 2022 and to operate 8% more flights in 2019 than it offered before the pandemic. 20 routes to Florida via Canada and more flights to Cancun via Canada, as well as between Montreal and Palm Beach, between Toronto and Fort Myers and between Vancouver and Miami, Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Las Vegas and Phoenix.