Air Transat has announced the gradual return of operations to France’s regions, with the first direct flight from Montreal to Marseille departing today.
Six destinations, ranging from Brittany to Provence, Aquitaine, and Auvergne, will be reopened to Quebec visitors in the coming weeks.
Finally, the airline will shortly resume service to Paris from Toronto and Quebec City, in addition to gradually expanding flight frequency between the two cities.
Non-stop service to France:
By early May, Air Transat will resume service from Montreal to Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, and Toulouse. This extended flight program to France’s regions is in addition to the regular daily Montreal-Paris service, which will increase to 14 flights per week in May.
On May 3 and April 10, the firm will resume direct service to Paris from Toronto and Quebec City, respectively.
A total of 43 weekly flights to France will be conducted from Montreal, Quebec City, and Toronto during the peak summer season.