The airline aims to improve travel options and connectivity for passengers traveling between the United States and Canada. This will add more capacity to existing routes served by narrowbody fleets.
Air Canada 787 to U.S. Destinations
Starting October 29 through March, Air Canada will offer daily flights from Toronto (YYZ) to two prominent U.S. cities: Las Vegas (LAS) and Phoenix (PHX), flagged Ishrion Aviation.
This move is expected to provide passengers with greater flexibility and convenience when flying between these destinations.
In addition to the new routes with 787, Air Canada is also strengthening its link to Los Angeles (LAX). The airline will introduce a second daily Boeing 787 flight between Toronto (YYZ) and Los Angeles (LAX).
Further enhancing travel options for passengers commuting between these major North American cities.
Rouge Serve this Routes
Air Canada’s subsidiary carrier, Air Canada Rouge (RV), currently serves these routes with A320 family aircraft.
The airline operates 2X daily service between YYZ and LAS. While it operates one daily flight between YYZ and PHX.
Further, it deploys its Airbus A330 and 787 on flights between YYZ and LAX. It operates 4X to 5X daily flights between these two cities.
These initiatives showcase Air Canada’s commitment to expanding its offerings and improving connectivity across U.S. destinations.
The introduction of the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to these routes aims to provide passengers with a comfortable and efficient travel experience while boosting connections between Canada and the United States.
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