Air Canada Expands its Sun Network with 55 Caribbean and US Destinations this Winter

  • New Montreal-Saint Maarten*, Ottawa-Tulum*, Quebec City-Tulum* routes
  • Non-stop flights from Quebec City to Florida, Mexico, Caribbean
  • More flights from Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver to popular vacation destinations

MONTREAL, June 26, 2024 /CNW/ – Air Canada announced today it is boosting its 2024-25 winter sun network, with increased frequencies and featuring new routes from Ottawa and Quebec City to Tulum and from Montreal to Saint Maarten. In addition, more flights are scheduled from Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver to popular vacation destinations in Florida and the Caribbean. This winter, Air Canada plans to operate up to 50 flights departing Canada every day, serving a total of 55 Caribbean and US Sun vacation destinations.

Air Canada announced today it is boosting its 2024-25 winter sun network, with increased frequencies and featuring new routes from Ottawa and Quebec City to Tulum and from Montreal to Saint Maarten. (CNW Group/Air Canada)
Air Canada announced today it is boosting its 2024-25 winter sun network, with increased frequencies and featuring new routes from Ottawa and Quebec City to Tulum and from Montreal to Saint Maarten. (CNW Group/Air Canada)

“Air Canada continues to expand the breadth of its winter leisure network by adding new routes to in-demand leisure destinations, including Saint Maarten and Tulum. Air Canada was the first Canadian carrier to launch service to Tulum, the newest airport in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, and we are thrilled to expand our services to offer non-stop flights from both Ottawa and Quebec City to this exciting destination. With the addition of new services to SaintMaarten from Montreal complementing our services from Toronto, Air Canada offers the most weekly frequencies from Canada to this binational, multicultural Caribbean island,” said Mark Galardo, Executive Vice President, Revenue and Network Planning, at Air Canada.

“Air Canada and Air Canada Vacations will offer a multitude of travel options and increased frequencies from airports across Canada so customers can conveniently reach popular winter sun destinations. These flights are already available for sale and customers can make their winter travel plans now. We look forward to welcoming you onboard.”

Increases in winter flying from Toronto

TorontoPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Toronto (YYZ) – Sarasota (SRQ)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 3
Toronto (YYZ) – New Orleans (MSY)Increases to 5 weekly flights from 4
Toronto (YYZ) – Los Cabos (SJD)Increases to 5 weekly flights from 3
Toronto (YYZ) – Saint Martin (SXM)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 2
Toronto (YYZ) – Bermuda (BDA)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 3
Toronto (YYZ) – Tulum (TQO)New winter route, 4 weekly flights

Increases in winter flying from Montreal

MontrealPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Montreal (YUL) – Saint Maarten (SXM)New route, 1 weekly flight
Montreal (YUL) – Miami (MIA)Increases to 3 daily flights from 2
Montreal (YUL) – Phoenix (PHX)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 2
Montreal (YUL) – San José (SJO)Increases to 1 daily flight from 3 weekly
Montreal (YUL) – Providenciales (PLS)Increases to 3 weekly flights from 2
Montreal (YUL) – Fort-de-France (FDF)Increases to 6 weekly flights from 5
Montreal (YUL) – Tulum (TQO)New winter route, 5 weekly flights

Increases in winter flying from Quebec City

QuebecPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Quebec (YQB) – Tulum (TQO)New route, 1 weekly flight
Québec (YQB) – Orlando (MCO)Resumed October 30, with 2 weekly flights
Québec (YQB) – Fort Lauderdale (FLL)Resumed October 31, with 2 weekly flights
Québec (YQB) – Punta Cana (PUJ)Resumed October 30, with 2 weekly flights
Québec (YQB) – Cancún (CUN)Resumed October 31, with 1 weekly flights

Increases in winter flying from Ottawa

OttawaPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Ottawa (YOW) – Tulum (TQO)New route, 1 weekly flight
Ottawa (YOW) – Tampa (TPA)Increases to 2 weekly flights from 1
Ottawa (YOW) – Orlando (MCO)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 2
Ottawa (YOW) – Fort Lauderdale (FLL)Increases to 6 weekly flights from 4
Ottawa (YOW) – Punta Cana (PUJ)Increases to 4 weekly flights from 3

Increases in winter flying from Halifax and Vancouver

VancouverPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Vancouver (YVR) – Cancún (CUN)Increases to 2 daily flights from 1
HalifaxPeak winter 2024 service improvements and
seasonal resumptions
Halifax (YHZ) – Tampa (TPA)Increases to 3 weekly flights from 2

*subject to final government approval

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About Air Canada

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, the country’s flag carrier and a founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s most comprehensive air transportation network. Air Canada provides scheduled service directly to more than 180 airports in Canada, the United States and Internationally on six continents. It holds a Four-Star ranking from Skytrax. Air Canada’s Aeroplan program is Canada’s premier travel loyalty program, where members can earn or redeem points on the world’s largest airline partner network of 45 airlines, plus through an extensive range of merchandise, hotel and car rental partners. Through Air Canada Vacations, it offers more travel choices than any other Canadian tour operator to hundreds of destinations worldwide, with a wide selection of hotels, flights, cruises, day tours, and car rentals. Its freight division, Air Canada Cargo, provides air freight lift and connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents using Air Canada’s passenger and freighter aircraft.  Air Canada aims to achieve an ambitious net zero emissions goal from all global operations by 2050. 

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