The Canada-India market is growing and Air Canada wants to take advantage of it. For the first time, it will offer non-stop flights from Montreal to Delhi (DEL).
Here is the flight schedule:
|AC50||Montreal to Delhi||20h10||20h00+1||Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday|
|AC51||Delhi to Montreal||01h55||06h00||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday|
The three cabins will be offered:
- Economy class
- Economy Privilege Class
- and the Air Canada Signature Class
All flights will be operated with the Boeing 787-9, the most modern aircraft in Air Canada’s fleet, with 298 seats.
Increased flights between Toronto and Delhi.
Pearson Toronto International Airport (YYZ) is also seeing an increase in flights.
As of October 15, there will now be ten flights per week to Delhi, instead of seven.
Indian Entry Requirements
Special requirements apply to passengers arriving on direct flights from India. For more information, please visit the Government of Canada website.
In addition, you can visit theAir Canada Travel Ready portal, which my colleague Frédéric recently explained.
Flights between Canada and India were suspended between April and September of this year because of the Delta variant. However, they have since resumed, with additional requirements for return to Canada.
Air Canada is therefore focusing on the growing market of family and friends visits. In fact, Toronto and Vancouver airports already have direct Air Canada flights to India.
Now, this new flight opening from Montreal also gives the opportunity to visit this beautiful country!
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