Air Canada has resumed its summer seasonal services between Keflavik Airport in Reykjavik and Toronto, operating four times per week, and to Montreal, with three flights per week. The flights will continue until October.
“We are thrilled to welcome Air Canada back to Keflavík Airport after two difficult pandemic years,” said Grétar Már Garðarsson, Isavia´s Director of Airline Relations and Route Development. “Air Canada is a valued partner, and we look forward to our important relationship continuing and developing in the years to come. Air Canada´s return is a clear indicator that there is demand for Iceland as an exciting and popular destination.”
“This is very exciting news for our customers in Iceland who can start planning their next trip to rediscover Canada,” said Marc Sam, Air Canada Country Manager Iceland. “Our non-stop flights from Reykjavik to Toronto and Montreal will provide our customers in Iceland with a direct link to Canada and onwards to destinations across the Americas. We look forward to welcoming our customers on board.”
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