Brussels Airlines to fly to Montreal instead of Toronto

posted on 5th September 2019 by Justin Burns
Brussels Airlines to fly to Montreal instead of Toronto

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.”