Air Canada Adds Six More Weeks of Nonstop Flights to St. Kitts

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Air Canada reports it will increase its service to St. Kitts to a full six months for the upcoming 2018-2019 peak season. The airline will make weekly nonstop flights from Toronto every Saturday from December 15, 2018, to April 27, 2019.

The airline’s St. Kitts peak season service began in 2011 with Friday flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport. Moving departures to Saturday, recent years have seen the travel window run from late December to early April. The recently expanded coverage marks a six-week increase.

Travelers flying to St. Kitts from November 3 to December 10 will take a 136-seat Airbus A319-100 Rouge plane, offering 124 economy class and 12 business class seats. For the rest of the season, the airline will fly a 200-seat Airbus A321-200 Rouge aircraft with 184 economy class and 16 business class seats.


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Flights will depart for St. Kitts in the morning, leaving Toronto at 8:20 a.m. and arriving 12:55 p.m., local time. The airline will offer return flights to Canada in the afternoon, leaving the Caribbean island at 2:45 p.m. and returning to Toronto at 6:55 p.m.

Air Canada is the only Canadian airline to offer regular non-stop service to St. Kitts during peak season. A domestic and international airline, it transports passengers to over 220 airports across six continents. It flies to 64 locations in Canada, 59 in the United States and 98 across the rest of the world.

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