Air Canada announced on November 19, 2015 non-stop flights to 12 United States destinations. Expect to see flights between Salt Lake City-Toronto, Chicago-Vancouver, San Francisco-Calgary, Jacksonville, Florida-Toronto, Philadelphia-Montreal, San Diego-Vancouver and Denver-Montreal.
Some of the routes are daily, others are two times daily, and some are less frequent, two or three times a week. According to Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Rouge, and Air Canada Mainline are the carriers for the flights. Not all of the routes are year-round.
Air Canada is the only four-star international network carrier in North America. Flights have in-flight entertainment, which includes 150 movies in at least 20 languages. more than 200 television shows, audio books and podcasts, and more than 100 albums. Seats have USB ports and power stations for charging devices.
The airlines recently added new Boeing 787s to its fleet. These planes have upgraded entertainment services, touchscreens and video on-demand, audio on demand, a meal menu app, a shopping app, games, and a moving map.
Seating on Air Canada consists of International Business Class (Europe, Asian, Asian South Pacific, and South America), Business Class (North America and Caribbean) Premium Economy Class, International Economy Class, and Economy Class.
See all of the new flights at www.aircanada.com.
Photo of Air Canada, courtesy of BriYYZ
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