Air Canada has announced that it will increase its daily direct services to Vancouver ex Sydney to ten flights per week over this year’s busy ski season.
The flights will be available for travel from the 16 December 2012, to 30 January 2013 on a Boeing 777 service, and will depart Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Sydney at 7pm, and at 10:10pm from Vancouver Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
“Air Canada is the only airline to offer direct daily services to Vancouver from Sydney, and as the busy ski season approaches we are not only giving our customers more flight options, but plenty of seats so that they can hit the slopes straight away,” said Jeannie Foster, General Manager, Air Canada, Australia & New Zealand.
“Our direct services to Vancouver save our customers travel time, and of course our excellent network throughout Canada will get you to your favourite ski resort as quickly as possible for no extra cost, whether it be in Kelowna or Kamloops.”
Air Canada flies daily from Sydney to Vancouver and provides scheduled passenger service directly to 59 Canadian cities on its Boeing 777 long range aircraft. The airline will get you to the slopes in comfort with spacious cabins, newly enhanced personal inflight entertainment system, and friendly Canadian service.
For the last three years the airline has ranked among the top global carriers in the Skytrax World Airline awards, recently winning the ‘Best International Airline in North America’ award, as well as ‘Best Airline in North America’ by the readers of Global Traveler magazine.