Air Canada to expand its European service
Exciting news for the 2014 summer travel season
From June 15 to September 30, 2014, Air Canada will deploy larger aircraft on London Heathrow–Montréal flights while also introducing its new Premium Economy cabin and expanded Economy Class cabin.
From March 29 to October 25, the airline will fly Airbus A330-300 aircraft on its Brussels–Montréal route. The same aircraft will be featured on its Geneva–Montréal flights year round. Also, a second non-stop service five times weekly between Frankfurt and Montréal will be added from May 16 to October 12.
In 2013, as in the previous three years, Air Canada was ranked “Best International Airline in North America” by Skytrax.
This coming summer, Air Canada rouge, Air Canada's new leisure airline, is set to offer three times weekly Montréal-Nice service, from May 23 to October 13. The summer of 2014 will also see the return of Montréal Barcelona service, with two flights a week—again under the Air Canada rouge banner—and daily Montréal Rome flights from May 23 to October 19. In addition, Air Canada will continue service on the Montréal Athens route, which was inaugurated in 2013.