Air Canada has inaugurated non-stop daily flights between Edmonton and San Francisco.
“The tech, innovation and creative industries, together with legendary tourist and outdoor attractions in both Northern California and Northern Alberta make this a prime destination for business and vacation travellers alike, and we are pleased to launch the only non-stop flights linking Alberta’s capital to the Bay Area,” said Benjamin Smith, president, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. “Our Edmonton-San Francisco route is the latest addition to our strategically expanding network, and is one of 25 new routes being inaugurated this summer.”
The airline’s Edmonton-San Francisco daily non-stop, year-round flights are operated onboard Bombardier CRJ 900 jets offering a choice of 12 Business Class seats and 64 Economy Class seats, Wi-Fi and features Air Canada’s in-flight entertainment on personal touch-screens at every seat.
Flights have been timed to connect conveniently with Air Canada’s regional flight network in Edmonton and with Star Alliance partner United Airlines in San Francisco.