Toulousans and Quebeckers who wish to cross to one side of the Atlantic or the other can rejoice! As Canada reopened its borders to people vaccinated in September latest, it will now be possible to reach Montreal from Toulouse and vice versa.
Four weekly Toulouse-Montreal flights
It’s with Air Transat that travelers reach the metropolis of Quebec. This November 11, 2021, the canadian company an unveiled son new flight program. “Almost all the destinations served before the pandemic” will be accessible again, announces Annick Guérard, president and CEO of the company, on the Air Transat website.
Thus, operations to the French provinces will restart from spring andsummer 2022. A total of four direct flights per week will be offered between Toulouse and the second most populous city in Canada. In addition, the cities of Lyon, Bordeaux, Marseille, Nantes and Attractive are also affected by this resumption of operations by Air Transat.
An expanded European flight program
This is also the case for the capital of France. From and to the metropolis of Quebec, it is no less than 14 flight which will be possible to join Paris. In all, 19 European destinations will be accessible via flights directs from Montreal, not one new route to Amsterdam. With this new program, the airline is expanding its flights to European destinations.
According to Annick Guérard, the challenge is “to meet the demand expected in 2022” by offering “to Canadian travelers new destinations major “. Elected best airline in the world in the Leisure category at Global airline awards from Skytrax since 2018, the Canadian company Air Transat transports nearly 5 million passengers to 60 destinations in 30 pays.