Air Transat will offer 36 Sun destinations from 22 Canadian cities in its winter 2017-18 flight program, including the addition of Tampa, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico from Toronto and Montreal, along with a wide range of the most popular European destinations.
Daily flights to Punta Cana and Cancun from Toronto and Montreal, as well as those to Cuba from Vancouver, will begin in November, an earlier start than last year.
Air Transat is also now offering two weekly flights to some of its most popular Central American destinations, including Toronto to Managua (Nicaragua), Roatan (Honduras) and Liberia (Costa Rica), while from Montreal, flights to Liberia and San Salvador (El Salvador) have been increased.
Following the success of the direct flight to Santo Domingo from Toronto last winter, the Dominican capital will now be available from Montreal. From Quebec City, two flights a week to Cayo Coco will now be offered. Thanks to its domestic flights between Montreal and Rouyn-Noranda, Air Transat will fly travellers from Abitibi-Témiscamingue to their favourite destinations among nine countries in the Caribbean and Central America.
In Ontario, new flights will be offered to Punta Cana from Sault Ste. Marie and to Samana from Ottawa.
Air Transat has also increased flight frequencies from Vancouver to several destinations in Mexico: Los Cabos (two flights), Puerto Vallarta (five flights) and Cancun (three flights), while travellers from Kelowna will now have the opportunity to fly to Punta Cana.
Air Transat has also increased its flights to the United Kingdom from Toronto by offering two flights a week to Manchester and Glasgow, in addition to continuing its year-round daily flights to London. A weekly flight to London is also scheduled from Vancouver during the holidays, before the resumption of regular service in April.
Travellers in search of some sun will be able to get away to Portugal from Toronto, with four flights a week to Lisbon, one to Porto and one to Faro during peak season.
Air Transat will continue to offer daily flights to Paris from Montreal and as of December 17, a weekly flight to the City of Light will be available from Quebec City during the holidays and then again, as of February.
Travellers from Montreal looking to get away will be able to do so thanks to Air Transat’s two direct flights a week to Malaga on the Costa del Sol in Spain, as well as its weekly flights to Lisbon and Faro, in Portugal.
Air Transat will also continue its domestic flight program between Montreal and Toronto this winter, making more transatlantic destinations available to travellers from these cities thanks to connecting flights.
For more details on Air Transat’s flight program, visit airtransat.com.