MONTREAL, Que.–With direct, year-round service to Amsterdam starting June 4, Air Canada Cargo now has direct service to 21 cities across the UK, Ireland and Europe, with connections to over 50 more.
The Toronto-Amsterdam service starts June 4, increasing to daily as of July 3, on a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
Toronto to Rome, now three times weekly, will increase to daily on May 1, with A333 aircraft.
From Montreal to Rome, five times weekly starting May 15, will increase to daily June 1, on a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
Montreal to Venicewill run two flights a week starting May 13, on a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
Toronto to Venice will run five flights a week, on a Boeing 767-300ER.
Air Canada Cargo has also announced increased frequencies, with double daily flights starting June 11 from Montreal to Paris, and June 16 from Toronto to Paris, and with regular daily service from Toronto to Dublin starting May 1, with additional flights 4 times weekly starting July 13.
Additional seasonal routes to cities like Athens, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Madrid, Manchester, Nice, Rome and Venice complement regular year-round service to Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, London, Munich, Milan, Paris, Tel Aviv, and Zurich, the company added.