Ready to take your travel plans to the next level? Air Canada is ramping up its schedule with new flights to Europe this summer 2023.

The airline is expanding its international network with new European routes to Brussels, Toulouse, and Copenhagen.

Plus, Air Canada will be bringing back flights to Tokyo-Haneda and Osaka, as well as resuming frequent flights in popular cities around the world.

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As part of its European expansion, the airline will be launching the only year-round service between North America and southwestern France, with flights between Montreal and Toulouse.

Air Canada will also increase its presence in Scandinavia with summertime service between Montreal and Copenhagen.

Travellers in Toronto will also have the option to visit Belgium’s capital with flights to Brussels.

Copenhagen and Brussels routes will run several days a week all summer long and the Montreal-Toulouse route will run year-round — all will launch at the start of June 2023.

 

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Air Canada is bringing back key trips between Toronto and Tokyo Haneda starting in May 2023, with daily trips running year-round.

Also coming back is the Vancouver-Osaka route, which will run several days a week throughout the summer.

Finally, the airline will increase its service to cities all over Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South America, South Pacific, and Asia, just in time for next summer.

For example, flights between Toronto and London-Heathrow, Edinburgh, and Barcelona will run daily.

Flights between Vancouver and Brisbane, Hong Kong, and Seoul will also run daily.

It’s time to start planning that summer Euro-trip. International travel is coming back in a big way!