Air Canada announced today a strategic expansion of its India services, including new year-round nonstop flights between Montreal and Delhi and additional flights from Toronto.
Air Canada will begin offering three flights per week to Montreal’s burgeoning Indian community on October 31, just in time for Diwali celebrations. In addition, effective Oct. 15, the airline will increase the number of flights to Delhi from Toronto to ten per week.
All flights will be operated by Air Canada’s most contemporary aircraft, the 298-seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which offers three different cabin options: Air Canada Signature Class, Premium Economy, and Economy.
Air Canada, the primary airline between the two nations, flies daily from Vancouver, up to ten times a week from Toronto, and three times a week from Montreal. When the weather permits, the airline will resume flights to Mumbai.