Air Canada will expand its operations between Bogota and Toronto

After opening the borders


RR | Bogotá | August 22, 2021
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Following the Canadian government’s decision to reopen its international borders, on September 7 for people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the airline will expand operations between Bogota and Toronto.

“As travel restrictions are lowered in all countries, we are committed to rebuilding our international network and remaining a global airline connecting the world to Canada. We understand that many Colombians are eager to travel to Canada once again,” said Luis Noriega, the airline’s general manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. Others, so we are ready to reunite our travelers with their families and friends.”

Trips will be on the Toronto – Bogota route on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bogota – Toronto, will work Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Air Canada has indicated that flight times may change according to government restrictions.

As mentioned REPORTUR.mxWith two flights a week starting December 4, Air Canada is returning to Cancun from Quebec, the airline announced when it announced the resumption of international flights for the winter season. (Air Canada will resume flights from Quebec to Cancun in December.)

Mark Gallardo, Senior Vice President of Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada, confirmed at the time that in addition to restoring his connections with Cancun, he would resume his flight to Punta Cana starting December 5 with two frequencies per week.


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