Air Canada expands India network to 25 weekly flights

Nearly 40 pc more seat capacity for winter 2024-25 schedule
2024-06-05
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/ New Delhi
Air Canada expands India network to 25 weekly flights
Air Canada expands India network to 25 weekly flights

Airline will be adding 40 pc more seat capacity beginning late October for the winter 2024-25 season

Air Canada has announced the addition of many new flights to India, an important source market for it, with about 25 total weekly flights to India beginning late October for winter 2024-25 season.
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Air Canada, the flag carrier and the largest airline in Canada, has announced the strategic expansion of its international network to India with about 25 total weekly flights to India.

According to a press statement by the airline, it will be adding 40 pc more seat capacity beginning late October for the winter 2024-25 season.

The carrier adds that its new services include the only non-stop flights from Canada to India’s financial capital, Mumbai, improved service from Western Canada to Delhi with the introduction of new seasonal daily flights over London Heathrow and daily flights from Montreal to Delhi.

The statement adds that in total Air Canada will operate 25 weekly flights to India, with 7,400 seats each week, in what it says is the most comprehensive offering of any carrier between Canada and India.

Mark Galardo

Mark Galardo

“India is an important market for Air Canada, reflecting longstanding and growing family and trade ties between our two countries. We are thrilled to expand our network to Mumbai and Delhi by building additional scale at our hubs in time for Diwali festivities this fall,” says Mark Galardo, Executive Vice President, Revenue and Network Planning at Air Canada.

“With new non-stop flights from Toronto to Mumbai, the addition of new flights to Delhi from Western Canada via London Heathrow, together with the unparalleled connectivity from our robust North American network, we are solidifying Air Canada as the leading airline offering the most travel options between Canada and India. We look forward to welcoming our customers onboard,” adds Galardo.

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