Air Canada To Launch Non-Stop Routes To The U.S. This December
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Air Canada To Launch Non-Stop Routes To The U.S. This December

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Oct 6, 2022

This December travelers can look forward to daily trans-border flights between Halifax-and-Newark and Vancouver-and-Houston. This will connect the networks of Air Canada and United Airlines.

Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada says, “With these new routes from Halifax and Vancouver, Air Canada is meeting demand in these important markets and building on our strengthened trans-border partnership with United Airlines to solidify our leadership in the Canada-U.S. market.” 

“These routes will give customers in Atlantic and Western Canada more convenient options for flying to the U.S. They will reinforce the already strong links between Atlantic Canada and New York, while for customers in Western Canada they will provide more options for reaching destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean through United Airlines’ Houston hub. They will also facilitate many new one-stop connections from the U.S. onto Air Canada’s extensive domestic and global network,” Galardo continues. 

Air Canada has the largest number of flights to the United States. The airline services 51 airports in the U.S.

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Halifax to Newark

The year-round route from Halifax to Newark will start on December 16, 2022. The non-stop route will operate daily and will connect to areas in Atlantic Canada and the U.S. through United Airlines’ network. Flights will operate in an all-Economy cabin configuration aboard an Air Canada Express Q-400. 

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Vancouver to Houston

Also starting on December 16, 2022, this route will operate daily and have options from Western Canada to Texas. Through United Airlines, travelers will be able to connect to the Caribbean and Latin America. Both Business and Economy cabins are available aboard an Air Canada Airbus A220. 

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