6 OCTOBER 2014

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Article from BTNews 6 OCTOBER 2014

Air Canada international expansion

Amsterdam from Toronto is to become a year-round service as Air Canada expands its international network.  It also flies to Brussels with both services using a 214-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with 24 International Business Class pods, featuring fully lie-flat seats.   Additions to the summer network also include new Air Canada ‘rouge’ seasonal service from Montreal to Venice and between Vancouver and Osaka.

Air Canada services Paris Charles de Gaulle from both Montreal and Toronto.  ‘rouge’ flights from Toronto to Athens and Barcelona will be daily in 2015.  From Montreal it also serves Lisbon, Manchester and Nice. ‘rouge’ also takes over the Toronto – Lima route and will offer up to five flights per week between Vancouver and Osaka-Kansai beginning 1 May 2015.

New non-stop Air Canada services from Toronto to Rio de Janeiro and from Toronto to Panama City introduced for winter 2014-15 will continue to operate during the summer of 2015.  www.aircanada.com

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