Air Canada Announces New Flight Routes To Sunny Destinations Next Winter

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Summer season is about to begin, but many travelers are already thinking ahead and booking Winter getaways, and Air Canada seems to be very aware of their customers’ needs.

The Canadian carrier has recently announced new routes to sunny destinations next winter.

beautiful beach in Fort-de-France, Martinique

Now that travelers want to save money, reduce risks and plan ahead of the holidays, they have new international destination ideas and enough time to prepare accordingly.

And seats are already available for purchase. Air Canada will soon serve routes to:

  • Fort-de-France, the capital of the Caribbean island of Martinique.
  • La Romana in the beautiful Dominican Republic.
  • Los Cabos, the luxurious beach destination in Mexico.
  • Monterrey, Mexico’s third largest city.
Skyline of the beautiful city of Monterrey in Mexico on a sunny day

The new routes will depart from Toronto and Montreal, and the carrier also increased frequency for other existing routes to top destinations like Miami, Las Vegas, and Phoenix.

Air Canada continues to expand its network, and including exciting routes in 2023, as just a few weeks ago, the carrier also launched direct flights to Dubai.

According to the press release, the carrier also optimized connections so that passengers have more and better opportunities to connect Europe to North America as well.

Here’s what travelers should know about the most recent updates:

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Air Canada airplane taking off from runway

What Are The New Itineraries?

Air Canada is now including great destinations to avoid freezing weather, explore interesting locations, and learn about rich cultures abroad. These are the new itineraries:

From Toronto to Monterrey

This will not be a seasonal route, and it makes sense. Monterrey is gaining popularity as a business and industrial center.

However, its beautiful natural surroundings, amazing rooftops, great restaurants and top-notch museums make it a great option for tourism as well.

Air Canada wants to serve this route year-round, and the new itinerary will begin on October 29.

Toronto seen from Wards Island on a freezing day

The flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) will depart on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 18:00, arriving at Monterrey International Airport (MTY) at 21:35.

From Monterrey, flights will serve this route on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, departing at 10:05 and arriving at 14:55.

From Toronto to Fort-de-France, Martinique

Those who want to explore the exotic French Caribbean will now have a great opportunity to do so and should consider traveling soon, as this will be just a seasonal route.

View of the beach in Martinique

Flights begin on December 16, departing from Toronto (YYZ) on Saturdays at 08:15 and arriving in Fort-de-France at Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FDF) at 14:20.

From Fort-de-France, itineraries are also on Saturdays, departing at 15:25 and arriving at 20:05.

From Montreal to Los Cabos

Los Cabos is expected to become Mexico’s Most Popular Destination soon, and Air Canada will offer a new route from Montreal.

Tourists Taking Pictures Of The Los Cabos Arch From A Tourist Boat In Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Air Canada will serve this seasonal routes starting on December 1departing from Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) on Fridays at 08:00 to arrive at Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) at 12:40.

From Los Cabos, flights will also depart on Fridays at 13:40 and will arrive at Montreal at 21:05.

From Montreal to La Romana

Also a seasonal route, Air Canada will offer its customers the opportunity to escape to paradise and enjoy the beautiful warm beaches of La Romana.

Aerial view of Montreal showing the Biosphere Environment Museum and Saint Lawrence River during Fall season in Quebec, Canada.

The new service will begin on December 17and the flights will depart from Montréal (YUL) on Sundays at 09:10 and arrive at La Romana International Airport (LRM) at 15:10.

From La Romana, also on Sundays, flights will depart at 16:10, arriving in Montreal at 20:05.

Air Canada’s 2023 Expansion

This year, Air Canada has also increased capacity and added more flights and larger aircraft to multiple routes.

Flights from Vancouver to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Miami, Los Cabos, and San Diego have doubled—or almost doubled— frequency and seats compared to 2022.

aerial view of the hotel zone in Cancun

From other Canadian cities like Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Edmonton, more seats have also been added in 2023 to top destinations like Cancun, Miami, Orlando, Turks and Caicos, Bermuda, Curacao, and Punta Cana.

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