Air Canada Expands to 12 U.S. Destinations

air canadaAir Canada has announced new nonstop service between 12 U.S. cities and its four key Canadian hubs, starting next summer. 

The new routes will introduce new destinations, such as Washington-Dulles-Toronto, Salt Lake City-Toronto and San Jose-Vancouver, while also creating new city-pair routings, such as Chicago-Vancouver, Houston-Montreal, Denver-Montreal and San Francisco-Calgary.

The new routes will be operated by Air Canada mainline, Air Canada rouge and Air Canada Express aircraft. All routes will operate year-round except where indicated by (*).

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Route Frequency Start Date
Salt Lake City - Toronto Daily May 28, 2016
Portland, Oregon - Toronto Daily May 27, 2016*
Washington / Dulles - Toronto (1) Two times daily May 2, 2016
Jacksonville, Florida - Toronto (1) Two times per week (Saturday, Sunday) May 21, 2016
Denver - Montreal Daily June 4, 2016
Houston - Montreal (1) Daily June 6, 2016
Philadelphia - Montreal (1) Two times daily May 24, 2016
Phoenix - Calgary (2) Three times weekly (Monday, Thursday, Saturday) Continued from winter
San Francisco - Calgary (1) Daily June 18, 2016
Chicago - Vancouver Daily June 4, 2016
San Diego - Vancouver (2) Daily June 2, 2016*
San Jose - Vancouver (1) Two times daily May 9, 2016

(1) Flight operated by Air Canada Express; (2) Flight operated by Air Canada rouge.

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