Air Canada has today resumed passenger flights from Dublin to its West Coast hub in Vancouver, following the restart of its service between Dublin and Montreal yesterday.
“We are pleased to resume our services from Dublin to Vancouver and Montreal,” said Bláithín O’Donnell, Air Canada Country Sales Manager Ireland. “This is great news for our customers here in Ireland, as it provides greater travel choice with these additional direct flights to Canada, where customers can discover the delights of British Columbia and Quebec.”
“It is great to see the resumption of routes to the two bustling cities of Montreal and Vancouver with Air Canada from Dublin Airport today,” said Vincent Harrison, Managing Director of Dublin Airport. “In Ireland, we enjoy and celebrate our strong connections with Canada, so this is welcoming news for both business and leisure passengers in both directions. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Air Canada in the promotion of these returning routes which are integral to Dublin Airport’s transatlantic route network.”
Flights between Dublin and Vancouver operate four-times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, whilst flights between Dublin and Montreal operate three-times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Both services are operated with Boeing 787-8 and 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, featuring Air Canada Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy seats.
In addition to the resumed services from Dublin, Air Canada offers non-stop services between Dublin and Toronto, from Edinburgh and Manchester to Toronto, as well as from London Heathrow to Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Halifax.