It’s about to get a whole lot easier to check out Washington State’s largest city as new non-stop flights from Montreal to Seattle are slated to begin.
Air Canada announced it will operate year-round, non-stop service between Montreal and Seattle on its newest narrowbody aircraft, the Airbus A220-300.
In essence, Seattle’s futuristic Space Needle from the 1962 World’s Fair has never been easier to get to from La belle province.
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“Designed and assembled in Quebec, Air Canada’s Airbus A220-300 aircraft combines performance and modern technology, as well as unparalleled environmental benefits,” says Pierre Fitzgibbon, Minister of the Economy and Innovation and Minister responsible for the Lanaudière region. “The comfort and exceptional quality of this aircraft, which reflects Quebec’s engineering expertise, are game-changing for airlines.”
Each A220 aircraft includes parts from 30 Canadian suppliers and Air Canada will become the first North American carrier to operate the larger A220-300 version of the aircraft, which has a range of 3,200 nautical miles.
Special introductory fares between the two cities start as low as $315 one-way, all in.
The new city pairing will begin its daily year-round routes on May 4, 2020, complementing existing services to Seattle from Toronto and Vancouver.
Tickets are now available for purchase through the Air Canada website until August 28 for travel between May 4 and July 31, 2020.
Starting the same day, Air Canada will also begin service with the A220 between Toronto and San Jose, California.
“On behalf of all Tourisme Montréal partners, I welcome Air Canada’s efforts to improve the accessibility of our city,” says Yves Lalumière, president and CEO of Tourisme Montréal. “The addition of service to Seattle is very important for our business market and will also have a significant tourism impact. This flight will provide excellent opportunities for Montreal, confirming its status as a gateway to America.”