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Air Canada’s International Expansion Extends to Amsterdam

October 22, 2014 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Air Canada is further expanding its international network with the addition next year of services to Amsterdam.

From 4 June 2015 North America’s leading airline will offer year-round B767-300ER services between Toronto and the Netherland’s largest city. The new flights will operate up to six times a week and complement the carrier’s existing service to Brussels.

 

Between June and September 2015 Air Canada will also launch new double-daily, non-stop B767-300ER services to Paris from both Toronto and Montreal.

 

Air Canada General Manager Australia and New Zealand Paul McLean says the expansion of Air Canada’s global network is continuing to create new options for Australasian travellers.

 

“The addition of Amsterdam, one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations and a key international business market, further strengthens our already formidable network into Europe,” says McLean.

 

“It also provides Australasian travellers with another opportunity to conveniently include a visit to Canada into their next holiday or business trip to Europe.”

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