Pack your bags! It looks like international travel is coming back in a big way this summer. Air Canada has announced that it’s expanding its summer flight schedule with dozens of new destinations around the world.
Not only will the airline be flying to 34 more countries throughout the summer, but it will also restore flights to popular cities in Europe for the first time since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.
Flights to Barcelona, Budapest, Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan, and Venice will be making a comeback, as well as summer-long trips to the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
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Air Canada’s new flights will be rolled out at Toronto’s Pearson Airport from March 1st to June 1st, starting with countries like Tel Aviv, Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Vienna, and Athens. Some routes will be running year-round while others will only run for the season.
The destinations from Montreal include Casablanca, Nice, Algiers, Rome, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo. From Vancouver, Air Canada will run flights to Frankfurt, Dublin, and Zurich.
Airlines are gearing up for a busy travel season, especially with Canada’s non-essential international travel advisory set to change in the coming weeks. Last week, Porter Airlines announced that it would be running flights to 3 more Canadian destinations from Toronto’s waterfront airport.
Airlines are also offering deals to get people flying again. Canada’s low-cost airline Swoop is now flying to five US destinations out of Toronto with tickets for as cheap as $99.
And with one of the world’s most powerful passports in your hand, you’ve got infinite possibilities.