Air Canada restores much of the international network. More frequencies also on Rome

Air Canada adds new blocks to the international operations of the summer, with the resumption of 17 routes and 11 destinations. The airline will return to fly on the route between Calgary and Frankfurt, starting August 1, up to four times a week, and is also offering for the first time a direct non-stop connection from Montreal to Cairo, with three frequencies per week.

“With the easing of travel restrictions around the world, we are committed to rebuilding our international network while developing additional markets and targeting new opportunities,” said Mark Galardo, Air Canada’s svp network planning and revenue management. Canadians are eager to travel again, and we are ready to reunite customers with their families and friends. With vaccination rates on the rise globally and our CleanCare + biosecurity protocols, the airline keeps the safety and health of its passengers a priority. ”

With the resumption of the route from Calgary to Frankfurt, Air Canada is back on “a key European market for our customers in Western Canada. This route will operate year-round, connecting Calgary to the world through the global hub of our transatlantic joint venture partner, Lufthansa, in Frankfurt. We are also considering other routes ”. Also in the first days of August, the network of destinations served will include Dublin, London, Tel Aviv, Paris, Zurich.

Meanwhile the company has already reactivated flights to Greece, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom and Morocco and will increase frequencies in some of these destinations starting in August. In detail, the Toronto-Roma will be served with up to four frequencies per week, while the Montreal-Roma up to three weekly flights.