Air Canada to resume operations from Dublin to Toronto from July 2, 2020.
A spokesperson for Air Canada said: “This passenger operation along with a twice weekly Dublin-Montreal Cargo only Dreamliner 789 service from June is great news for Ireland keeping open a link with Canada which is vital for connecting our countries.”
Air Canada will start back operations from Dublin on 2nd July with a 787-900 Dreamliner aircraft making its passenger aircraft debut in Dublin. The four times weekly service on the Dublin-Toronto route has been timed to slot in with the same days of week as the originally scheduled Dublin-Vancouver service which along with the Dublin-Montreal service has been withdrawn for the summer 2020 season.
Passengers originally scheduled to fly on the Dublin-Vancouver and Dublin-Montreal non stop flights have been transferred onto the Dublin-Toronto service with onward connections.
Services leave Dublin on Mondays, Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays with flights from Toronto on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
This is a July schedule and a decision on frequencies for August and beyond will be taken later in June.
“I am delighted that our July operation has been firmed up in the system providing some confidence to travellers and travel agents as to our Dublin operation,” the spokesperson added.
Air Canada also have their CleanCare + programme to advise passengers of the steps they are taking to ensure passenger safety before and during flights.