Air Canada adding more flights to India

Air Canada is betting big on International growth, and India seems to be a big part of their plans. Air Canada launched Toronto to Delhi in 2015 as a non-stop flight. They subsequently added a flight between Toronto and Mumbai earlier this year. And now they are launching a new set of flights, out of which another new flight is coming to India.

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Air Canada Boeing 787-9

Air Canada will be adding flights between Vancouver and Delhi as of 14 October onwards after operating it seasonally in the winter 2016 schedule. The flight was announced for 3x a week before, however it is now going to operate 5 times a week. That makes a nice network for Air Canada from India.


All the flights will be operated by Air Canada’s new 787-9s and will be a seasonal flight for the time being. However, the airline intends to make it a year round service at the earliest. Timings are still to be confirmed.

I am really happy to see another north American airline investing into adding more services around this side of the world.

Have you been on Air Canada’s long-haul flights between India and Canada before? How has been your experience?

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  1. Great news for DIAL and Punjabis on the Canadian West Coast. Such low yield routes can only be pulled off by Government subsidized airlines like Air Canada and Air India

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