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Air France, KLM Maintain Canadian Flights

The Air France KLM Group reports that it’s continuing to operate flights to Canada from both the Netherlands and France.

Currently, it’s serving Canada 7 times a week – 3 flights to Montreal with Air France and 4 flights to Toronto with KLM.

The flights are open to passengers and freight.

Connections to other Canadian cities are also available through Group partner WestJet.

Vincent Etchebehere, general manager Air France KLM Canada, commented: “We are continuing to provide a safe and healthy flying experience for our customers. Our Canada-bound flights make it possible to deliver essential items, repatriate our clients home, support the economy and bring families together on both sides of the Atlantic.”

Etchebehere added: “I salute the ongoing dedication of our colleagues on board our flights, at the airports of Montréal, Toronto, Charles de Gaulle and Schiphol, and working from home, who are making all of this possible.”


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