Air Canada Vacations (ACV) has revealed its new lineup for winter 2018/19 flights to warm weather, on board Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge.
The roster includes a new route (Vancouver to Lihue, Hawaii, (beginning Dec. 15, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays), new 737-MAX aircraft, increased frequency on popular routes and increased capacity in the fall.
The following flights will be flown on new 737 MAX aircraft: Vancouver and Calgary flights to Hawaii, Vancouver flights to Mexico and Calgary flights to Cancun.
This winter, there are 58 new flights to the Sun:
West: 29 additional flights per week, consisting of 20 to Hawaii (including double daily flights from Vancouver to each of Honolulu and Maui), three new flights from Vancouver to Lihue, two additional flights from Vancouver to Kona and one additional flight from Calgary to Maui.
There are nine additional flights to Mexico including three additional flights from Calgary to Puerto Vallarta (now four flights weekly), two additional flights from Calgary to Los Cabos (now three times weekly) and two additional flights from Vancouver to each of Ixtapa (now three times weekly) and Cancun (now four times weekly).
Ontario: 19 additional flights per week including three additional flights from Toronto to Liberia (now daily service), three additional flights from Toronto to Cancun (now 17 flights per week), two additional flights from Toronto to Los Cabos and one additional flight from Toronto to each of Cartagena, Curacao, Grenada, St. Vincent, Belize City, Honolulu, Aruba, Bermuda and Kingston. From Ottawa, Air Canada will feature an additional flight to each of Punta Cana and Cancun. Further, Air Canada Vacations will be resuming service from Toronto to St. Maarten on Dec. 15 and San Juan on Oct. 28.
Quebec: 10 additional flights per week including two additional flights from Montreal to each of Cancun (now 14 flights per week) and Liberia (now three times per week) and an additional flight from Montreal to each of Curacao, Montego Bay, San Jose, Puerto Vallarta, Cozumel and Martinique. ACV will be resuming service from Montreal to San Juan on Dec, 15.
“Air Canada Vacations is pleased to demonstrate its commitment to the travel trade by offering consumers the ability to access our packaged vacations with so many more flight options from our top gateways across the country,” said Nino Montagnese, managing director, Air Canada Vacations. “We know the travelling public wants options, and we are excited to be able to provide them,” said Montagnese.