Transat has announced details of its winter service, which includes the addition of more connections for flights to European destinations. This will provide a wider range of options for those booking short-term rentals in cities such as Paris, London, Malaga, and Lisbon.
Starting this November, the airline will operate a service five times a week from Toronto to Paris, as well as between Montreal and three destinations in the UK: London, Glasgow, and Manchester. The addition of a new route between Montreal and Toronto will enable more passengers to connect with these European flights from across Canada.
Winter sun destinations
For passengers who are looking to get some European sunshine this winter, Transat will also run connecting services to four destinations in the south of the continent. This includes Montreal to Malaga and Toronto to Faro from January 2016. In addition, they will also fly between Toronto and Lisbon or Porto from November 2015.
Greater access to London
To enhance their links between Canada and London, the airline will feature a new service from Calgary to Vancouver this winter. The flight starts in December and enables passengers to connect with the flight that leaves Vancouver for London on Mondays.
The additional domestic services will not just benefit those travelling across the Atlantic. Passengers who are flying between Canadian cities will also be able to take advantage of the new links between Calgary and Vancouver and Montreal and Toronto, with services operating throughout peak hours.