Air Transat will expand their popular routes from Montreal to San Salvador, El Salvador and Liberia, Costa Rica to year-round. From May 1st, 2024, flights to San Salvador and Liberia will operate once weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays, respectively.
On Thursday (November 30, 2023), Air Transat announced several network enhancements. The carrier will expand their schedule from Montréal Trudeau International Airport to San Salvador, El Salvador and Liberia, Costa Rica, previously winter seasonal routes to year-round. Starting May 1st, 2024, flights between Montreal and San Salvador will operate once weekly on Wednesdays, while service to Liberia will operate once weekly on Sundays.
In Thursday’s announcement, Transat’s Chief Revenue Officer, Michèle Barre, said,
“This service extension is a reflection of our commitment to offer our customers flexible and varied travel options. The annualization of these routes is a direct response to the growing interest in Latin American destinations, and we are proud to now offer these exclusive nonstop flights from Montreal year-round.”
Montreal-based Transat A.T. Inc. (TSX: TRZ), the parent company of Air Transat, was founded over 35 years ago. The company has over 5,000 employees and is a leading leisure airline in Canada, as well as the top integrated tourism company. Transat offers vacation packages, hotel accommodations and air service to destinations across the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean. The carrier is also launching new service between Montreal and Marrakech in Morocco from June 2024. With codeshare and interline partnerships, Air Transat offers service to over 300 destinations. In 2023, Air Transat was voted the ‘World’s Best Leisure Airline in North America’ at the Skytrax World Airline Awards. The carrier is currently renewing their fleet with the most fuel-efficient and environmentally aircraft in their class, as part of Air Transat’s commitment to a healthier environment, knowing that this is essential for the preservation of the magnificent destinations they serve.
Source: Transat A.T. Inc.