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Air Canada Launches Most Comprehensive Winter 2023/24 Fun and Sun Schedule

Air Canada has today announced an expansion of their winter 2023/24 network with four new routes from Toronto and Montreal to Monterrey and Los Cabos in Mexico, as well as to La Romana and Fort-de-France in the Caribbean.


Air Canada Unveils Their Most Comprehensive Winter 2023/24 Sun Schedule to Popular Vacation Destinations - Courtesy Air Canada

On Thursday (May 25, 2023), Air Canada announced the strategic expansion of their sun network for the winter 2023/24 season. The carrier has added four new routes, including service from Toronto and Montreal to Monterrey and Las Cabos in Mexico, and La Romana and Fort-de-France in the Caribbean. From Vancouver, Air Canada will increase capacity to popular destinations such as Mexico, Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas and San Diego, and will add flights flights from coast to coast to popular winter destinations in Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean.

In Thursday’s announcement, Air Canada’s EVP – Revenue and Network Planning, Mark Galardo, said,


“We are seeing strong, ongoing interest for winter leisure travel, and as the leading carrier from Canada to popular sun destinations with up to 683 weekly flights planned this winter, we are thrilled to add exciting new services from Toronto and Montreal to the Caribbean and Mexico and

significant increases from our Vancouver hub in response to pent up demand. With the most flights to choose from coast to coast this winter to popular leisure sun destinations and convenient travel package options through Air Canada Vacations, customers can begin booking their vacation to their preferred destination now.


“Air Canada continues implementing its global network strategy and has extended several European routes to year-round including Toulouse, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Rome, Madrid and Copenhagen. We have optimized our schedule to conveniently connect Europe to popular leisure destinations in Florida and Mexico, enabling customers from Spain, France, Italy, the UK and Denmark to enjoy one-stop travel to sought-after North American vacation destinations this winter. We look forward to welcoming our customers onboard.”


Air Canada's New Routes and Increased Frequencies for Winter 2023/24 - Courtesy Air Canada


Compared to winter 2022/23, Air Canada’s next winter schedule will offer around 11 percent more capacity, and eight percent more capacity versus the pre-pandemic period in 2019. Some additional highlights include up to 20 routes from across Canada to Florida, increased service from across Canada to Cancun and routes between Montreal and Palm Beach, Toronto and Fort Myers, and from Vancouver to Miami, Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta and Phoenix. Air Canada will also launch exclusive year-round between Toronto and Monterrey, Mexico.


Air Canada is Canada’s largest domestic and international airline. The Canadian flag carrier is a founding member of the Star Alliance and the only international network carrier in North America to receive a Four-Star ranking from Skytrax. Air Canada provides scheduled passenger service to 180 airports in Canada, the United States, and internationally on six continents. Through the carrier’s Aeroplan loyalty program, customers can earn and redeem points on the world’s largest airline partner network of 45 airlines. Air Canada Cargo offers air freight lift and connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents with a dedicated fleet of 767-300 Freighters and passenger aircraft belly hold capacity. Additionally, the airline has committed to a net zero emissions goal from all global operations by 2050.



Source: Air Canada

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