Air Canada Launches New Flights to Curacao From Montreal and Toronto

Air Canada recently announced its new non-stop service from Montreal to Curacao starting January 1, 2015, establishing the airline as the first to offer direct routes from Montreal to Curacao.

In addition, Air Canada rouge is extending its seasonal flights between Toronto and Curacao to year-round service.

Within the past year, the southern Caribbean island of Curacao achieved record-breaking growth from Canada with a notable 56 percent visitor increase in April, the largest increase compared to all other Caribbean islands. Projections for the rest of the year are expected to continue to surpass previous years.

The Air Canada Montreal-Curacao flight will operate weekly, flying every Thursday, departing Montreal at 9 a.m. and making the return flight from Curacao with a 4:35 p.m. departure.

The Air Canada rouge service between Toronto and Curacao, returning November 7, will operate year-round, flying every Friday with an 8 a.m. departure from Toronto and a 3:15 p.m. return flight from Curacao.


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