Air Canada launches more non-stop flights to Hawaii this winter

May 12 2021, 11:13 am

How does the thought of spending a winter in Hawaii sound?

On Wednesday, Air Canada announced it will launch additional non-stop flight options from Canada to Hawaii this December, including the first Montreal-Honolulu and Toronto-Maui services.

According to the airline, the new flight routes will complement the airline’s “long-standing services” from Calgary and Vancouver to the Hawaiian Islands. The new service will also enable convenient connections across Canada and from Europe.

“We are seeing strong demand in the sun markets this winter with people in Canada and around the world looking ahead to holiday travel,” says Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada. “As we finalize our schedule to position Air Canada’s leadership in leisure travel this winter, we have added new non-stop flights to Hawaii from Montreal and Toronto in addition to our flights from Calgary and Vancouver, making it more convenient than ever for Canadians across the country to experience the Hawaiian Islands.”

Galardo says travellers from Europe will easily connect to Hawaiin flights from both the Montreal and Toronto gateways.

Air Canada‘s new Hawaii flights from Montreal. and Toronto will feature a choice of seats, including premium options and the Air Canada Signature Class, which features lie-flat Executive Pods.

Because if you’re going to travel, you might as well do it in style.

Before you go packing your Hawaiin shirt and shorts, here’s the itinerary for December’s flight lineup in Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary.

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Air Canada will carry out all flights on the airline’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

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