The airline’s flight from Toronto to London Gatwick on Sept. 15 kicked off the much-anticipated resumption of services between the two gateways.
Air Transat will initially be flying three times weekly from Toronto to London Gatwick.
And as reported earlier this week, in response to strong demand the airline has also announced it will be resuming its flights from Toronto to Manchester starting Oct. 19, earlier than originally planned.
Meanwhile direct flights from Toronto to Glasgow are set to resume on Dec. 15.
Air Transat’s brand new A321neoLR has the lowest environmental impact in its class, reinforcing the airline’s commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.