In a press release, Air Canada explains that flights from Toronto will run until January 8 of next year, while the Montreal route will be operated until October 29, 2022, in this case, with five flights a week.
Both routes will be operated on Airbus A330-300 aircraft, with capacity for 297 passengers in three onboard classes, namely Economy, Premium Economy and Air Canada Signature Class.
“This is great news for our customers in Portugal, who can start planning their next trip to rediscover Canada,” says Stefano Casaregola, Air Canada Regional Sales Manager for Portugal.
In the case of the Toronto route, daily Air Canada flights depart Lisbon at 12:50pm, arriving in the Canadian city at 4:00pm, while in the opposite direction the departure is at 10:55pm, arriving in Lisbon at 11:10am the following day.
The route to Montreal, which has five flights a week, departs from the Portuguese capital at 9:45am, arriving in the Canadian city at 12:05pm, while in the opposite direction the departure from Montreal takes place at 8:25pm, arriving in Lisbon at 8:10am the following day.
Air Canada resumes Portugal flights
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