MONTREAL — Come this summer, Air Transat will be offering a total of 95 direct flights a week from Toronto to Europe, the South and the United States.
The leisure airline has announced its 2020 summer flight program for Ontario, which in addition to flights to popular destinations in Europe, the South and the United States, will also include new direct summer service to Faro, Portugal.
Here’s a complete overview of its Ontario summer program:
This summer, Air Transat will fly 14 weekly flights to London, England, up from nine flights a week in summer 2019. There will also be five direct flights a week to Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow and Paris. Italy in particular will be well serviced, with seven direct flights a week to Rome, two to Venice and one to Lamezia. To Portugal, there’ll be eight weekly departures: four to Lisbon, three to Porto and, for the first time in summer, a direct flight to Faro in the Algarve.
Moreover, Air Transat will fly direct 3x/week to Barcelona, Zagreb and Athens, and 4x/week to Amsterdam.
EUROPE VIA MONTREAL
The airline has increased its number of flights from Toronto to Europe with connecting flights through Montreal to Basel-Mulhouse (Switzerland), Bordeaux (France), Brussels (Belgium), Lyon (France), Madrid (Spain), Malaga (Spain), Marseille (France), Nantes (Frances), Prague (Czech Republic), and Toulouse (France). New to the roster will be Copenhagen from Montreal, flying twice a week.
Knowing that Sun destinations are a big draw, even in the summer, Air Transat will offer a total of 30 weekly flights from Toronto to: Cancun (six direct flights a week); Varadero (four direct flights); Cayo Coco and Santa Clara (three direct flights); Holguin (two direct flights); Montego Bay (two direct flights); Puerto Plata (one direct flight); and Punta Cana (one direct flight).
During peak season, the airline will also offer two direct flights a week to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Each week there will be 16 departures from Toronto to Montreal, 12 to Vancouver and 4 to Calgary.