Air Canada has launched new nonstop flights from Montreal to Lyon, France, delivering Canadian travellers to the foot of the awe-inspiring French Alps.
The new routes save travellers transit time in and out of the Paris airport, located about 500 kilometres from Lyon. France’s third largest city is the gateway to the French Alps, home to some of the finest scenery – and skiing – in all of Europe.
The French Alps’ breathtaking mountains, crystal-clear lakes, majestic waterfalls and pristine forests have drawn stylish globetrotters for generations. The most famous sight is Mont Blanc, the highest mountain peak in the Alps.
Most visitors are drawn by the region’s unparalleled scenery, focusing their visit on activities like hiking, biking and mountain climbing in summer, and skiing and snowboarding in winter. The French Alps are home to famous resorts towns including Chamonix, St. Gervais, Albertville (home of the 1992 Olympic Winter Games), Grenoble and Annecy. Chic spa resorts like Evian-les-Bains and Thonon-les-Bains allow travellers to live life in the true lap of luxury.
For nature lovers, the French Alps is the ultimate destination in France, and with Air Canada’s new nonstop service from Montreal to Lyon, travellers can access the region faster and easier. Whether clients are new to skiing or seasoned pros, they’ll find beautiful and exciting ski slopes to suit their skills. Immersing oneself in France’s incredible scenery and culture is one of the true pleasures in life.
To learn more or book seats on Air Canada’s new nonstop service please visit aircanada.com/agents.