MONTREAL — Air Canada will launch six non-stop U.S. services beginning spring 2017, it was announced Dec. 7. Three of the routes, Toronto to San Antonio, Texas; Memphis, Tenn. and Savannah, Ga., bring new destinations into the airline’s U.S. network, while the addition of Montreal to Dallas-Fort Worth, Vancouver to Denver and the conversion of the Vancouver-Phoenix, Ariz., route to year-round operation, will deepen Air Canada’s transborder schedule.
The new non-stop services will be operated by Air Canada Express starting in May 2017 and continue year-round, except for Toronto-Savannah, which will operate on a summer seasonal basis. All routes will be operated with regional jet aircraft with flights timed to connect with Air Canada’s domestic and international schedule.
On May 1, the airline launches daily Toronto-San Antonio flights, Toronto-Memphis flights and Vancouver-Phoenix flights, as well as six-times-weekly Toronto-Savannah service. Beginning May 18, the airline launches twice daily Vancouver-Denver service, and starting May 26, inaugurates daily Montreal-Dallas Forth Worth flights.
All flights provide for Aeroplan accumulation and redemption, Star Alliance reciprocal benefits and, for eligible customers, priority check-in, Maple Leaf Lounge access at Air Canada hubs and priority boarding.