Air Canada will begin non-stop service between Vancouver and Santa Ana in Orange County, California starting Oct. 2, 2021.
The flights will initially be four times per week, with plans to increase to daily service in 2022. Seats are now available for booking.
Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada, said: “We are pleased to strategically add another popular transborder service as we continue restoring our Canada-U.S. network. Orange County is known for iconic tourism, sports and entertainment, high tech industries and more, and our service to John Wayne Airport offers customers another convenient airport choice in the greater Los Angeles area. Our schedule enables convenient connections through our Vancouver hub to and from our destinations across Canada. We look forward to welcoming our customers onboard.”
The addition of Orange County to its U.S. network follows Air Canada’s recent announcement of new transborder routes from Quebec City to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale that begin this November.
By the fall, Air Canada will offer up to 240 daily flights to and from 35 destinations in the U.S. The carrier plans to restore services to all 57 U.S. destinations it operated prior to the COVID-19 pandemic as conditions allow.
Air Canada’s Orange County flights will be operated onboard Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Go to www.aircanada.com for more.