Air Transat launching UK’s first direct Quebec City route
Air Transat this month launches two routes from London to Quebec.
This week it relaunched its popular route from London Gatwick to Montreal for the first time since 2019.
Air Transat will initially offer three flights a week before ramping up to a daily service by the middle of summer.
On 12 May, Air Transat will launch the UK’s first non-stop Quebec City flight with a weekly service from London Gatwick.
In addition, Air Transat has increased its London Gatwick to Toronto service from three times a week to daily, with plans to fly twice daily by mid-summer.
In Montreal and Toronto, passengers can also connect to onward services to other destinations in Air Transat’s network including Quebec City, Calgary and Vancouver.
Sonia Kurek, Commercial Director UK & Ireland for Air Transat, said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming British travellers back and we’re confident that Quebec City will enchant visitors.”
Passengers travelling from London Gatwick will fly on Air Transat’s all-Airbus fleet, including the new A321neoLR aircraft, which has the lowest environmental impact in its class.
In an effort to offer more flexibility to customers, Air Transat is expanding its conditions for changing and cancelling bookings in both Economy and Club Class fares.
It is now possible to cancel a trip, regardless of the chosen fare.