Air Canada is to introduce a year-round service between Montreal and Toulouse route starting 4 June, 2020.
The five-times weekly flights will provide the only year-round service between the two cities and be operated with Air Canada’s 292-seat Airbus A330-300 fleet.
Air Canada president and CEO, Calin Rovinescu said: “This service will create opportunities to accelerate synergies between two of the world’s leading aerospace industry hubs.
“Combined with our recently announced non-stop flights between Montreal and Seattle, the world’s other major aerospace hub, starting next year, we are helping solidify Quebec’s position as a global player in the aerospace industry, which will help maintain and encourage the growth of high-skilled, high-paying jobs in the sector.
“This further demonstrates the power of having a global champion in Montreal such as Air Canada; one with the capacity and network breadth to compete effectively in aviation, the most international of businesses.”
This new route is Air Canada’s sixth destination in continental France and represents further growth from the carrier’s Montreal hub, where it has launched 35 new global routes since 2012.
The airline already flies to Paris (year-round), Lyon (year-round), Bordeaux (seasonal), Marseille (seasonal) and Nice (seasonal).