Air Canada has announced the resumption of the Montreal-Casablanca line as of May 4. In addition to this line, it will also take over 33 other international transatlantic and transpacific connections.
From May 4, three weekly flights (every Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday) will be scheduled on this line. These flights will be operated by A330-300. For its part, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) will operate 6 Dreamliner flights per week on this same route. Starting next month, Air Canada will resume flights between Toronto and Tel Aviv, Paris, Tokyo and Amsterdam; Montreal and Nice, Algiers, Rome, Tel-Aviv and Tokyo; between Vancouver and Frankfurt, Dublin and Zurich.
Air Canada is also relaunching service to popular tourist destinations such as Barcelona, Budapest, Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan and Venice, which have been suspended since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, a company statement said.