Air Canada has resumed passenger flights between London Heathrow and its Montréal hub.
The service will initially run continuous three-times weekly, growing to four-times weekly from September eighth.
The outbound service from London Heathrow to Montréal will function on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and the return service from Montréal to London Heathrow on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Flights are operated with a newly reconfigured Airbus 330-300 plane, that includes 32 Air Canada Signature Class, 24 premium financial system and 241 financial system seats.
Along with the resumed service between London Heathrow and Montréal, Air Canada provides a each day continuous service from London Heathrow to Toronto and a six-times weekly nonstop service from London Heathrow to Vancouver, growing to each day from August 17th.
“We’re excited to restart our service between London Heathrow and Montréal,” stated Stephen Gerrard, Air Canada normal supervisor gross sales, UK & Eire.
“Our continuous service from London Heathrow gives our prospects from the UK with better journey alternative and the likelihood to attach through our Montréal hub to 20 onward locations throughout North America.”
The flag-carrier returned to Dublin earlier this week.