Brussels Airlines will from the start of next year operate a service to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport rather than Toronto Pearson International Airport.
The airline’s last flight to Toronto will take off on 7 January 2020 as it will then begin a seasonal five times a week Airbus A330-300 route to Montreal on 29 March through to 24 October.
With the remaining aircraft capacity in winter, Brussels Airlines will also increase its offer to Washington, which will become a year-round service as of 20 February, whereas today this is a summer destination only. In summer (end March until end October) the service will be offered daily, in winter four times a week.
Lufthansa Group senior director sales Belgium – Brussels Airlines, Frederic Dechamps said: “Montreal is a real added value for the Brussels Airlines network. It is a strong market out of Belgium, with over 75,000 potential travellers a year.”