After the Canadian government announced the opening of the border with the United States, allowing entry to all vaccinated travelers from August 9, Air Canada has announced that it will operate up to 220 daily flights between the two countries.
“The easing of travel restrictions announced by the federal government is an important scientific step, and we are excited to rebuild our Canadian and US network,” pointed out Mark Gallardo Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management, Air Canada.
The airline plans to re-establish Flights to 57 destinations From the United States where I worked before the crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as circumstances permit, Gallardo added.
The routes from Toronto to New York (LaGuardia and Newark) and Chicago will be the main ones, with Frequencies 35, 28 and 28 weekly, respectively, followed by flights from Toronto to Washington, Los Angeles, Houston and Boston; From Montreal to LaGuardia and Chicago; Vancouver to Los Angeles and San Francisco, all 21 flights per week.
“Air Canada’s proud tradition of being the largest foreign airline in the United States is reflected in our programmes, which have been developed to offer a wide range of options to customers in both countries. Our schedule also allows for comfortable travel through our hubs in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal to and from our global destinations,” Gallardo finished.