Air Canada is once again spreading its wings to major cities in South America from Montreal and Toronto.
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As of December 8, the Canadian carrier will shuttle between Montreal and São Paulo, Brazil, four flights per week, year round. From Toronto, flights will be offered daily to São Paulo. The city of Buenos Aires will also be served from Toronto and Montreal, via São Paulo.
As for the link between Montreal and Bogota, Colombia, it will resume on December 2. Three flights will be operated on a weekly basis. Between Toronto and Bogota, four flights will be offered starting November 7.
Air Canada will also resume its service between Santiago, Chile, and Toronto with three flights per week as of January 11, 2022.
For flights to Argentina, a country that intends to reopen its borders to international tourists as of November 1, Air Canada is awaiting formal approval from the authorities.
“By re-establishing its routes from Montreal and increasing its capacity from Toronto, Air Canada is demonstrating its commitment to the Brazilian, Argentinian, Colombian and Chilean markets,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice-President – Planning of the Air Canada Network and Revenue Management, in a press release.
“This increased presence will not only diversify the supply of leisure travel, but also stimulate economic recovery by facilitating business relationships,” he added.