aviation: Air Canada picks up Toronto-Brussels


Air Canada has inaugurated a new non-stop service between Brussels Airport and its global hub at Toronto Pearson Airport, operating up to four times per week. The new route complements Air Canada’s existing non-stop flights from Brussels to Montreal.

Air Canada now has two flights in Canada and Belgium and is present in the United States in the summer with 11 non-stop flights to Brussels, Toronto and Montreal.

The new service in Brussels and Toronto features the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in the flights and two classes: Economy, Premium Economy and Air Canada Signature Class, offering customers superior comfort and convenience in an exclusive cabin with spacious reclining seats, personalized service, finer Kitchen, extra luggage and access to priority airport services. For all flights that are not booked, there are two Air Canada air vents that are being optimized. Seats can be booked through aircanada.com, the Air Canada app, Air Canada contact centers and travel agents.

“We are pleased to launch our new non-stop service between Brussels and Toronto,” said Steven De Bisschop, Air Canada regional manager in Belgium. “Our customers in Belgium benefit from direct access to one of North America’s most vibrant cities, Toronto, and the wider Ontario region, as well as even greater travel choice with up to 11 weekly non-stop flights connecting Brussels to Canada.” Customers can also choose from Air Canadas “We will benefit from the extensive route network at our hubs in Toronto and Montreal and thus enjoy convenient onward connections to destinations across America.”

“We are pleased to once again have Toronto as a connection to and from Brussels Airport thanks to Air Canada,” says Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport. “This new destination is an important addition to our long-haul network and strengthens our position as a hub connecting Canadian passengers to the heart of Europe and beyond, both for leisure travel and visits to friends and family, as well as strengthening the economic connection between Belgium and Canada.” . The route will be operated with the new Boeing 787 generation aircraft and complements Air Canada’s daily flights between Brussels Airport and Montreal, a successful route since 2010.”

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