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A New Bus Service To Quebec City

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From September 26, 2016, Air France customers will be able to travel to Quebec thanks to a new daily service between Montreal-Trudeau International Airport and the Sainte-Foy railway station in Quebec City. The Montreal-Quebec service will be operated by Air France bus, equipped with 52 seats and Wi-Fi.http://indusatryclub.com.au/

The Company’s customers will be able to enjoy this new service free of charge when they book their ticket as a connection with an Air France transatlantic flight, linking Montreal to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Operated 7 times a week, the route is adapted to the flight schedules to facilitate connections to and from Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.

Bus schedules (in local time) – 2016 summer season:

AF318: leaves Montreal-Trudeau at 17:05, arrives at Quebec-Sainte-Foy at 20:05;

AF319: leaves Quebec-Sainte-Foy at 12:30, arrives at Montreal-Trudeau at 15:30.

For more details or to make a booking go to www.airfrance.com, call 3654 (0.35€ incl. tax per min from a landline), visit your Air France ticket office or local travel agent.

DISCOVER QUÉBEC, “L’ACCENT D’AMÉRIQUE”

The second largest French-speaking city in North America, Quebec is the provincial capital and seat of the Quebec government. Bordered by the St. Lawrence River and at the heart of an exceptional geographical crossroads, the city houses a UNESCO world heritage gem, Old Quebec. Serving as a real link between America and Europe, Quebec welcomes a large number of visitors every year who are attracted to its cultural and economic buoyancy.

AIR FRANCE-KLM IN CANADA

This summer, the Air France-KLM group is operating up to 70 weekly flights to five destinations in Canada. On departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France operates 33 weekly flights to Montreal (21), Toronto (7) and Vancouver (5). On departure from Amsterdam-Schiphol, KLM offers 37 weekly flights to Montreal (7), Toronto (12), Vancouver (7), Edmonton (4) and Calgary (7).

With its codeshare with WestJet Airlines, the Air France-KLM network offers around thirty additional destinations in Canada.

Finally, in addition to the new Montreal – Quebec service, the Group also offers three daily bus services between Ottawa and Montreal.

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