Air Transat launching Quebec City flights
Air Transat is restarting non-stop flights from London Gatwick to Montreal and launching a new direct service to Quebec City in 2022.
Flights to Montreal are set to resume in May, with daily services from June to September.
The weekly flight from London Gatwick to Quebec City will operate every Thursday from May to September.
These new routes follow Air Transat’s return to the UK last September with a three times weekly service from London Gatwick to Toronto, that will be upgraded to a daily flight starting May 2022.
In the summer of 2022, up to 14 flights per week will be offered between these two travel hubs.
In addition, weekly service to Toronto from Manchester re-commenced on 20 October and is set to re-start from Glasgow on 16 December, 2021.
At the height of summer, four weekly flights will be offered from both Glasgow and Manchester.
Sonia Kurek, Commercial Director of UK, Ireland and GSA Markets at Air Transat, says: “There is a pent-up demand for travel to Canada and Air Transat is thrilled to be the first airline to operate a direct flight between London Gatwick and Quebec City.
“Thanks to our renewed fleet and an enhanced domestic flight programme, it will be easier than ever to discover the Great White North next summer.”
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