Printed November 16, 2022 at 12:54 pm
Air Canada has resumed weekly flights from Pearson Airport in Mississauga to a well-liked Caribbean trip spot.
Beginning at the moment (Nov. 16), Canada’s flagship provider is as soon as once more offering service from Pearson to Samana, Dominican Republic, a city “lined with pristine seashores,” airport officers tweeted at the moment.
Air Canada already presents weekly flights to numerous different locations within the Dominican Republic, together with Punta Cana, Puerto Plata and Santo Domingo.
Earlier this 12 months, Canada’s largest airline resumed post-pandemic service to various different spots throughout North America and across the globe, together with Madrid, Tel Aviv, Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Vienna, Athens, Rome, Venice, Tokyo, Copenhagen, Budapest, Barcelona, Edinburgh and Manchester.
Among the many North American routes that resumed service this 12 months have been flights to Baltimore, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Portland, St. Louis, Hartford, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Kansas Metropolis, Fort McMurray, Nanaimo and Gander.
Service to lots of these areas had been suspended since March 2020, the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Air Canada made information on one other entrance final month with its announcement that it’s including 30 new electric-hybrid plane to its fleet that can fly out of Pearson Airport.
The ES-30 plane are being developed by Coronary heart Aerospace in Sweden and are anticipated to take to the skies for Air Canada by 2028, Canada’s largest airline mentioned in an earlier information launch.
Sunny Samana awaits! Our mates at @aircanada restart weekly flights at the moment to the Dominican Republic city lined with pristine seashores 🤩 Head on over to https://t.co/89ByfegTzj for extra. pic.twitter.com/yijdULQIZm
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) November 16, 2022
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