Air Canada connects Montreal and Toronto to two new points

Salt Lake City celebrated with a traditional cake the arrival of Air Canada’s new route from Toront

Salt Lake City celebrated with a traditional cake the arrival of Air Canada’s new route from Toronto Pearson on 27 May, a sector which the Star Alliance member will operate daily. Seen cutting the cake at the Utah airport are: Paul Campbell, Honorary Consul of Canada; Lisa Pierce, Senior Director, US Sales & Marketing Development, Air Canada; Nancy Volmer, Director of Public Relations & Marketing, Salt Lake City International Airport; and John Haisley, Manager, USA New York Region Sales, Air Canada.

Hamilton celebrated with Cake the arrival of Air Canada’s 12 times weekly service from Montreal on 24 May

Hamilton celebrated with a big cake the arrival of Air Canada’s 12 times weekly service from Montreal on 24 May. The route will face no competition.

  • Air Canada commenced service on two routes from both Montreal (YUL) and Toronto Pearson (YYZ) during the past week. Montreal is now linked to Hamilton (YHM) in Canada, while also being linked to Philadelphia (PHL) in the US. Pearson is now connected by the Star Alliance member to Portland (PDX) in Oregon and Salt Lake City (SLC) in Utah, with the latter also being launched by Delta Air Lines this week. All routes are operated at least daily, with only two routes facing direct competition. See how Salt Lake City’s FTWA compares to other from around the world this week.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
24 May Montreal (YUL) Hamilton (YHM) CRJ2 (13)
Philadelphia (PHL) CRJ2 (14) American Airlines (36)
26 May Toronto Pearson (YYZ) Portland (PDX) E190 (7)
27 May Salt Lake City (SLC) Delta Air Lines (7)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 31 May 2016.

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Comments

  1. D. Hobson says:

    Congradulations- Air Canada, you are pretty well everywhere.

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