Air Canada has relaunched daily non-stop
seasonal flights between St. John's and London Heathrow.
Air Canada will operate the only daily non-stop
flights between Newfoundland and Labrador and London Heathrow
until 30 September 2012.
"This year, we are starting service almost two
weeks earlier than last year due to strong performance and support
from the St John's community," said Marcel Forget Vice-President,
Network Planning, Air Canada. "Once again we are pleased to offer
our customers in Newfoundland and Labrador the fastest and most
efficient way of making connections to several European capitals
such as Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Vienna, Warsaw, and Berlin."
Air Canada flight AC822 leaves St. John's at 22:05,
arriving in London at 06:35, and flight AC823 will leave London at
13:00 arriving back in St. John's at 15:10.
At London Heathrow Air
Canada offers connections to points throughout Europe with its Star Alliance partners. In St. John's, Air Canada's
flights are timed to offer convenient connections to and from Deer Lake, Halifax, and Toronto.
Flights will operate using a 120-seat Airbus
A319 aircraft in a two-cabin configuration offering a choice of
Executive Class and Economy service.
Air Canada's seasonal St. John's-London Heathrow service will
complement the carrier's daily non-stop flights to London Heathrow
from Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal and
Halifax. In 2012 the carrier will offer up to 84 flights each week
from Canada to London Heathrow.
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