Air Canada has unveiled plans to launch
year-round flights between Toronto and Brussels, starting 1 May
The airline will operate up to five weekly
non-stop flights with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft featuring
Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy services.
Mark Galardo, Vice President of Network
Planning at Air Canada, said, "We are pleased to launch new non-stop,
year-round flights from Toronto to Brussels, complementing our
successful Montreal-Brussels service now celebrating its tenth
anniversary. This is a further expansion of Air Canada's reach to
Europe and beyond. This new service will conveniently connect our
extensive North American network through our Toronto Pearson
global hub directly to Brussels, where our Star Alliance partner
Brussels Airlines offers far-reaching connections throughout
Europe and Africa."
Flights are timed to connect with Air
Canada's and Brussels Airlines' respective networks at Toronto and
Brussels. Flights also provide for Aeroplan accumulation and
redemption, Star Alliance reciprocal benefits, and for eligible
customers, priority check-in, Maple Leaf Lounge access where
available, priority boarding and other benefits. Eligible premium
customers in Toronto will also have access to the Air Canada
"As the location of the European
Union, NATO and numerous corporate headquarters, Brussels is a
major global destination. Our new Toronto flights, together with
our Montreal service, offer North American business travellers the
most convenient links to this important European city. Air Canada
offers a multitude of travel options between North America and
Africa via Brussels, firmly demonstrating the strength of our
network and partnerships in offering unparalleled customer
choices," Mr. Galardo added.
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