Air Transat unveiled its 2021-22 winter flight program, which begins Nov. 1 and features service to nearly 50 destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, the United States and Europe.
Miami and Fort Myers will be two new destinations that Air Transat will be offering in Florida, with flights from Montreal. Those destinations are in addition to the flights that it offers to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Annick Guérard, President and CEO of Transat, said: “We know that our clients are eager to travel, whether it’s to visit loved ones or for a change of scenery. And we are sure to meet this strong, pent-up demand with the rich variety of destinations we are offering this winter. Plus, by adding Miami and Fort Myers to our program, we are consolidating our position in the United States, a popular sun destination for Canadian travellers.”
Beginning in December 2021, Air Transat will fly to Miami four times a week, and to Fort Myers twice a week.
Air Transat will offer direct flights from eight Canadian cities: Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, London, Halifax and Moncton.
In addition to flights to the South, Air Transat will also offer vacationers a selection of South packages, featuring 290 properties and four collections: Luxury, Out of Office, Family and Solo.
From Montreal, Air Transat will operate direct flights to Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Martinique, Panama, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, El Salvador and the United States.
Travellers from Toronto will be able to fly direct to Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, St. Maarten and the United States.
From Quebec City, seven sunny destinations will be accessible by direct flight to Cuba, the United States, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Air Transat will also operate domestic flights between Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto and Vancouver, allowing Canadians to travel across the country and to increase connecting opportunities.
In Europe, Air Transat will gradually offer direct flights from Montreal to France, Portugal, Spain and Italy. There will also be direct flights from Toronto to the United Kingdom, Portugal, the Netherlands, Ireland and Italy, and from Quebec City to France.
The company advises that should the situation change and force the company to alter its flight schedule, clients affected by cancellations would be eligible for a refund.
Go to www.transat.com for more.