Air Canada resumes its full India schedule after airspace closure

Air Canada resumes its full India schedule after airspace closure

eTurboNews Syndication:

Air Canada announced it’ll resume its daily, nonstop Toronto – Delhi flights on Oct. 1, 2019 (eastbound) and Oct. 3, 2019 (westbound).

“We have been happy to resume our day to day, nonstop Toronto – Delhi flights with time for Diwali celebrations, sufficient reason for additional capacity likely to meet expected demand forward. With this Delhi flights time for normal as well as our seasonal go back to Mumbai for fall firmly demonstrating our longterm commitment to the vibrant market, we turn to operating our full schedule to India forward ,” said Mark Galardo , Vice President, Network Planning at Air Canada.

“The resumption of Air Canada’s direct flights is really a most welcome development”, said Kasi Rao , President & CEO of the Canada-India Business Council. “At the right time of increasing commercial activity between Canada and India , Air Canada’s direct flights represent an essential aspect in connecting the business enterprise communities in both countries and also the growing amount of tourists, students, cargo and families traffic,” said Rao.

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The Toronto – Delhi flights will undoubtedly be operated with Boeing 787 Dreamliners and beginning Oct initially. 27 , additional capacity will be put into this route with 400-seat Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, featuring Air Canada’s award-winning Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy classes of service.

Air Canada’s seasonal Toronto – Mumbai flights will operate four times from Oct weekly. 27, 2019 until March 28, 2020 with Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.

Air Canada could have around 18 weekly flights conveniently connecting a variety of cities in THE UNITED STATES to Delhi from both Toronto and Vancouver , also to Mumbai from Toronto. All flights feature multilingual offer and crews personal in-flight entertainment including multilingual films at every seat.

Author: George Taylor

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