After the ‘spring’ Montreal has been having, a little European adventure sounds like the perfect escape. (It’s currently 17°C and sunny in the Austrian capital.)
Well, Air Canada’s Star Alliance and joint venture partner, Austrian Airlines, are about to make it a lot easier to access their namesake country. That’s because their new year-round flight service between Montreal and Vienna starts at the end of this month, on April 29.
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The non-stop, eight-hour flight will be operated by the airline’s Boeing 767 aircraft and, if you’re willing to travel Tuesday to Tuesday in Basic, a roundtrip ticket in early May will cost you just over $1000, taxes in:
Canada’s largest airline’s new flight service will also provide for Aeroplan accumulation and redemption, Star Alliance benefits, priority check-in for eligible customers, and Maple Leaf Lounge access (where available).
So, springtime in Vienna, anyone?