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Fri, 30 October 2015

Air Canada to Launch Toronto - Seoul Flights

Air Canada has unveiled plans to launch non-stop flights between Toronto and Seoul, South Korea as part of its ongoing expansion of international services.

The new year-round non-stop flights between Toronto's Pearson International Airport and Seoul's Incheon International Airport will begin 17 June 2016 with a daily service.

 To celebrate the new route, Air Canada is offering a special introductory fare starting of CAD$1,399, round-trip all-in, until 8 November 2015 for travel between 17 - 23 June and 1-30 September 2016. Tickets are now available for purchase.

"The introduction of non-stop flights between our main Toronto hub and Seoul further strengthens Air Canada's presence in the growing Asian market," said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. "This new route will provide some of the fastest travel times for customers travelling to and from South Korea and Eastern Canada, the U.S. Northeast and South America via our main hub in Toronto. Together with our Vancouver-Seoul service, Air Canada will operate the most flights of any airline between Canada and South Korea with up to 14 flights per week."

Toronto-Seoul flights will be operated with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft offering a choice of 20 International Business Class lie-flat seat suites, 21 Premium Economy and 210 Economy Class seats featuring inflight entertainment at every seat throughout the aircraft.

In Seoul, Air Canada offers convenient connections and reciprocal frequent flyer reward benefits with its Star Alliance partner, Asiana Airlines, for customers travelling to and from points throughout Asia, including Japan, Thailand and Vietnam.

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