Air Transat transatlantic flights on sale

Wednesday, 23 Mar, 2022 0

Air Transat inviting Brits to take advantage of special sale fares the airline has launched today.

Air Transat is offering special return fares from London Gatwick to Toronto from £349, from London Gatwick to Montreal and Quebec City from £359.

There are also sales fares from Manchester to Toronto from £389, and from Glasgow to Toronto from £369.

The See it for Real Promo, which runs until 7 April, 2022, offers reduced prices for passengers booking flights on the airline’s services between the UK and Canada for travel on selected dates between 1 May and 31 October, 2022.

Air Transat offers regular direct services from London Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow to Toronto, with onward connecting services to Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver.

In May, Air Transat launches services from Gatwick to Montreal, the UK’s first ever route to Quebec City with a weekly flight.

Fares can be booked with flexibility and no change fees.

If travel plans change, the date and destination of the booking can be changed at no charge up to 24 hours before departure. Passengers need only to pay the fare difference, if any.



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Learn more about :   Air Transat ( N. America )     Air Transat ( United Kingdom )  

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