As travelers seek cost-saving options and plan ahead for the holidays, Air Canada is ready to meet their needs with new international destinations and ample preparation time. The airline has already made seats available for purchase, and here’s what you need to know about the latest updates.
Introducing New International Destinations
Air Canada is thrilled to offer routes to captivating destinations that allow travelers to escape freezing weather and immerse themselves in interesting locations with rich cultures. The new itineraries include:
1. Toronto to Monterrey: A Year-Round Connection
Monterrey, Mexico, is not only an emerging business and industrial center but also a hidden gem with beautiful natural surroundings, amazing rooftops, great restaurants, and top-notch museums. Air Canada will serve this route year-round starting on October 29, offering flights departing from Toronto on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
2. Toronto to Fort-de-France, Martinique: Exotic French Caribbean Adventure
For those seeking an exotic escape to the French Caribbean, Air Canada will provide a seasonal route to Fort-de-France, Martinique. Starting from December 16, flights will depart from Toronto on Saturdays, giving travelers the opportunity to explore the enchanting beaches and cultural delights of Martinique.
3. Montreal to Los Cabos: Embrace Mexico’s Hottest Destination
Los Cabos, a popular Mexican leisure destination, is set to become even more accessible with Air Canada launching a seasonal route from Montreal. Beginning on December 1, flights will depart on Fridays, allowing travelers to indulge in the beauty and charm of Los Cabos.
4. Montreal to La Romana: Warm Beaches Await
Air Canada will offer a seasonal route from Montreal to La Romana, providing customers the chance to bask in paradise and enjoy the beautiful warm beaches of the Dominican Republic. Flights will commence on December 17, departing on Sundays for a memorable sun-filled getaway.
Increased Frequency and Capacity
Air Canada is not only introducing new routes but also increasing capacity and frequency on existing ones. Flights from Vancouver to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Miami, Los Cabos, and San Diego have doubled—or almost doubled—compared to 2022. Additionally, more seats have been added from various Canadian cities, including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Edmonton, to top destinations like Cancun, Miami, Orlando, Turks and Caicos, Bermuda, Curacao, and Punta Cana.
Exciting Winter Sun Expansion
Air Canada is expanding its winter sun network with four new routes from Toronto and Montreal to Monterrey, Los Cabos, La Romana, and Fort-de-France. With an 8% increase in sun capacity compared to the airline’s pre-pandemic schedule in 2019, travelers will have more options to enjoy warm destinations during the winter months.
Enhanced European Connections
Air Canada has also extended several European routes to year-round, allowing passengers from Toulouse, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Rome, Madrid, and Copenhagen to conveniently connect to popular leisure destinations in Florida and Mexico.
Plan Your Adventure with Air Canada
Whether you’re looking for a business trip, an exotic getaway, or a warm beach vacation, Air Canada’s expanded network and increased capacity provide exciting opportunities to explore the world. Book your seats now and get ready to embark on unforgettable journeys across the globe.
- When will the new routes offered by Air Canada be available for purchase?
- The new routes are already available for purchase.
- What are the new international destinations included in Air Canada’s expanded network?
- The new destinations include Fort-de-France in Martinique, La Romana in the Dominican Republic, Monterrey and Los Cabos in Mexico.
- Are the new routes seasonal or year-round?
- Some routes, such as Fort-de-France, are seasonal, while others like Monterrey are year-round.
- What are some highlights and attractions of Monterrey, Mexico, which is one of the new destinations?
- Monterrey is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, amazing rooftops, great restaurants, and top-notch museums. It’s a popular business and industrial center with a growing tourism appeal.
- How frequently will Air Canada operate flights from Toronto to Monterrey?
- Flights from Toronto to Monterrey will depart on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
- Can you provide more information about Fort-de-France in Martinique and its seasonal route from Toronto?
- Fort-de-France is the capital of the Caribbean island of Martinique. Air Canada will offer seasonal flights from Toronto to Fort-de-France, starting on December 16.
- What days of the week will flights be available from Montreal to Los Cabos?
- Flights from Montreal to Los Cabos will operate on Fridays.
- What makes Los Cabos a popular leisure destination in Mexico?
- Los Cabos is renowned for its luxurious beach settings and attracts tourists with its beautiful coastline, vibrant nightlife, and opportunities for outdoor activities like snorkeling and golfing.
- What are the travel dates for the seasonal route from Montreal to La Romana in the Dominican Republic?
- The seasonal flights from Montreal to La Romana will begin on December 17 and operate on Sundays.
- What other destinations and routes have experienced increased capacity and frequency from Air Canada?
- Air Canada has increased capacity and added more flights to destinations like Las Vegas, Phoenix, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Miami, and more. Flights from Vancouver to these destinations have also seen significant capacity increases compared to 2