Air Canada launches new summer flights between Montreal and Amsterdam

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  • Five weekly flights will operate from 2 June to 14 October 2023
  • The schedule for improved communications in North America was arranged thanks to the Air Canada Montreal hub
  • This link is in addition to the service offered throughout the year in between Toronto And Amsterdam

MONTRALAnd March 15, 2023 /CNW/ — Air Canada today announced the addition of new seasonal nonstop flights this summer between Montreal and Amsterdam. The flights will be operated five times a week by the latest Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, providing a convenient connection to Air Canada’s extensive network in North America from its hub at Montreal International Airport. Reservations can already be made on, using the AirCanada app, or through AirCanada Service Centers and travel agencies.

We continue to see strong demand for travel toEurope We are pleased to increase our services and add a new non-stop service between Montreal and Amsterdam Summer of 2023. This link comes on top of our year-round service between Toronto and the Dutch capital. Since this summer, we’ll be offering up to twice as many daily rides in between Canada And Amsterdam From two of our hubs, our customers on both sides of the Atlantic will have many convenient options for visiting these two countries and exploring others. Customers can start planning their trip and booking with confidence. We look forward to welcoming them on board.

AirCanada’s latest route from Montreal cements its position as the primary transatlantic carrier serving the city, providing the most destinations and available seats, as well as being an important additional economic link between the two cities, thanks to the Dreamliner’s cargo capacity.

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A flight







Montreal (YUL)

Amsterdam (AMS)



(+ 1 day)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday,

Friday Saturday.

From June 2nd to October 14th.


Amsterdam (AMS)

Montreal (YUL)



Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday,


From June 3rd to October 15th.

International services

AirCanada’s international services are provided by wide-body aircraft that offer a choice of three cabins: the AirCanada Signature Class, which offers sleeper seats and individual bins; Privilege Economy cabin, which offers spacious seats with more space and premium services; and Economy Class, which offers chef-inspired and chef-designed meals, complete with wine and beverage suggestions. All cabins are equipped with in-flight entertainment screens providing hours of free in-flight entertainment and purchase of Wi-Fi.

Air Canada offers eligible customers 23 Maple Leaf lounges in North America and around the world.

Onboard service on international flights departing from Canada Showcasing the most inspiring creations of award-winning Canadian culinary talents like DavidHawksworth and VikramVij, founded Vancouver, plus chefs Graeme Ferrer and Antonio Park, the famous Montreal chefs who make up Air Canada’s celebrity chef group. A Grand Cru chosen by Vronique Rivest, an elite Canadian sommelier, completes this gastronomic experience.

All customers who fly with AirCanada can earn and redeem points with Aroplan, Canada’s leading loyalty programme Canada. In addition, eligible customers can enjoy priority check-in, access to Maple Leaf lounges, early boarding, and other perks.

About Air Canada

AirCanada is the largest airline in the United States Canada, the country’s national carrier and co-founding member of the StarAlliance network – the world’s largest airline association. Air Canada’s non-stop scheduled airlines connect it to 180 airports on six continents Canada, in the United States and abroad on six continents. AirCanada received a four-star rating from Skytrax. AirCanada’s Aroplan program is the airline’s premier loyalty program. Canada In terms of travel. It offers its members the possibility to accumulate or redeem points with the world’s largest network of partner carriers, which number 45, and for a wide range of rewards – goods, hotel stays or car rentals. AirCanada Cargo, the cargo division of AirCanada, has lift and connectivity capacity to serve hundreds of destinations on six continents on passenger and all cargo flights on AirCanada. Air Canada has set a goal to be carbon neutral in all of its operations globally by 2050. AirCanada shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) at Canada and on the OCTQX platform in the US.

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