Air Canada has announced a strategic expansion of its winter sun network, introducing four new routes from Toronto and Montreal to Monterrey and Los Cabos in Mexico, as well as La Romana and Fort-de-France in the Caribbean. In addition, the airline will significantly increase its capacity from Vancouver to popular sun destinations, including Mexico, Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and San Diego, along with additional flights from coast to coast to favored winter vacation spots in Florida, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Air Canada’s winter sun schedule is set to see an 11 percent capacity increase compared to 2022 and plans to operate eight percent more flights than its pre-pandemic sun schedule in 2019. Notable highlights of the schedule include up to 20 routes from various locations in Canada to Florida, increased flights from across Canada to Cancun, Montreal to Palm Beach, Toronto to Fort Myers, and additional flights from Vancouver to Miami, Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Las Vegas, and Phoenix.
- Air Canada becomes the only Canadian airline to offer flights between Canada and Monterrey, Mexico’s third largest metropolis that is home to business headquarters and commercial interests as well as historical culture, art and architectural attractions. Flights have been timed for convenient connections between Monterrey and Europe through Air Canada’s Toronto global hub.
- Air Canada is the leading carrier between Canada and the French Caribbean, featuring new flights from its Toronto hub this winter complementing its year-round flights from Montreal. With 7 weekly flights from Canada to Martinique this winter peak, Air Canada has also optimized connections to and from its Toronto and Montreal hubs, bringing more people to discover Martinique.
- New flights from Montreal complements services from Toronto and Vancouver to this popular Mexican leisure destination.