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MONTREAL — Next summer will be a busy one indeed for Air Transat, which has announced its 2017 transatlantic flight program for Ontarians featuring 26 European destinations in 13 countries.
The airline will be increasing the frequency of 13 of its flights to offer 26 destinations next summer, 15 of which will be reachable by direct flight.
From Toronto, these include eight weekly flights to London, England, daily flights to Paris and Rome, six weekly flights to Lisbon and five weekly flights to Glasgow, Manchester, Barcelona, Marseille, and Porto (Portugal).
In addition, four weekly flights to Amsterdam, Athens, Lyon (France) and Dublin will be launched from Toronto, as will three weekly flights to Venice and Brussels. Plus, there’ll be two weekly flights to Nantes, Nice and Toulouse in France, Malaga and Madrid in Spain, Prague and Zagreb (Croatia), and weekly flights to Bordeaux, Birmingham (England), Lamezia (Italy) and Basel-Mulhouse (Switzerland).
From Ottawa, Air Transat will offer six new destinations: two weekly flights to Paris, Rome and Barcelona, and weekly flights to Lisbon, Venice and Brussels.
Moreover, several other cities in France, Spain, England and Ireland will be available with one flight segment (departure or return) per week. This is especially ideal for travellers from the Ottawa area who are seeking to visit multiple destinations in Europe by landing in one European city and returning from another.
This multi-destination option is offered at no extra cost to travellers. A holiday beginning in London, for example, can therefore be combined with a trip to Paris or Scotland.
For more information go to airtransat.com.