Air Canada will enhance services to North Carolina beginning next spring, including the launch of a new, non-stop daily flight between Montreal and Raleigh.
The airline will also deploy larger aircraft on flights between Toronto and Raleigh and Charlotte to increase capacity on these routes and introduce Business Class service.
“Air Canada is pleased to expand its services to North Carolina with a new route from Montreal and larger aircraft operating out of Toronto. The new Montreal-Raleigh service will be the only non-stop flight between these cities, while customers travelling between Toronto and Raleigh and Charlotte will now have the option of Business Class, offering an upgraded flying experience,” said Mark Galardo, vice-president, Network Planning, at Air Canada. “While always a popular leisure destination, North Carolina is also experiencing strong economic growth and Air Canada is making it more convenient and comfortable for customers to travel between Canada and the state.”
New Montreal-Raleigh daily, non-stop service begins June 3, 2019 using a 50-seat Canadair Regional Jet. From Toronto, starting May 1, three-times daily flights to Raleigh and twice-daily service to Charlotte will feature a 76-seat, Embraer E175 aircraft.