Air Canada has recently launched its first-ever flights between Toronto and Martinique. This new service is a long-term effort by Martinique Tourism Commissioner Benedicte di Geronimo to reinforce the presence of Martinique in Canada, which is now their second most important market.
The nonstop flight will take five hours and will be operated on an Airbus A220 with a capacity of 137 seats. Alexandre Lefevre, Vice President of Network Planning and Scheduling at Air Canada, expressed his delight in adding new flights from Toronto to Martinique this winter, as it complements their year-round flights from Montreal.
- Air Canada launches first-ever flights between Toronto and Martinique
- Martinique Tourism Commissioner Benedicte di Geronimo spearheads the long-term effort to establish the new service
- Martinique now becomes the second most important market for Canada
- Key partners include Club Med, MSC Cruises, The Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport Company (SAMAC) in both Martinique and Ontario
- Nonstop, five-hour flight on Airbus A220 with capacity for 137 seats
- Martinique Tourism Authority welcomes Canadian visitors to experience an authentic, beautiful and romantic Martinique
- Air Canada pleased to be the leading carrier between Canada and French Caribbean, complementing year-round flights from Montreal
- Optimized connections to and from Toronto hub to offer customers convenient travel options and promote tourism in Martinique