Air Transat has announced that travellers will be able to fly from Toronto to Paris this winter thanks to the addition of new connecting flights to Montreal. Air Transat will also be offering a new Montreal-Toronto route allowing passengers to leave from Montreal and board Toronto flights for London, Manchester or Glasgow as well as a new Calgary-Vancouver route allowing passengers to leave from Calgary and board a Vancouver-London flight.
“Based on the success of our connecting program for this summer, we are pleased to provide travellers with access to more of our European destinations this winter,” says Annick Guérard, General Manager for Transat Tours Canada. “Adding new connecting flights allows us to take advantage of our narrow-body fleet and further develop the transatlantic market. For Canadians, this translates into a world of new options when it comes time to planning their vacations,” adds Guérard.
The new flights between Toronto and Paris and Montreal and the United Kingdom (London, Manchester and Glasgow) will operate from Sunday to Thursday inclusively effective November 2015.
Connecting flights will also be offered for Malaga, Spain for passengers travelling from Toronto to Montreal effective January 2016 and for three destinations in Portugal (Lisbon and Porto as of November 2015 and Faro as of January 2016) for passengers travelling from Montreal to Toronto, all destinations renowned for vacations under the sun.
Air Transat will also be offering a new Calgary-Vancouver route this winter effective December 2015 allowing passengers to leave from Calgary and board a Vancouver-London flight on Mondays.
Travellers who want to enjoy the Air Transat experience when flying domestically will also be able to take advantage of the new flights between Toronto and Montreal and Calgary and Vancouver which run during peak business travel hours.