Air Canada Now Connects Mumbai With Toronto Directly
Air Canada has been taking initiative in creating direct connectivity between India and Canada. In the past, it has been focusing on the capital of the country, New Delhi alone.There are two existing flights that connect different areas of Canada with Delhi.
Now, Air Canada has turned its attention to Mumbai.
From July of 2017, Air Canada has plans to operate flights three times a week from Canada to India with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flight. The flights will start from Pearson International Airport of Toronto on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Air Canada is very pleased and proud to announce this non-stop route.
The flight starts by 9:35 in the evening at Toronto and reaches Mumbai by 9:30 in the next day evening. The return flights fly on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport of Mumbai by 11:55 at night and reaches by 5:35 in the morning.
This is a non-stop direct flight that connects Canada and India. This is the third route chosen by Air Canada after successful initiative of Delhi-Toronto route and seasonal route of Delhi – Vancouver. The seasonal route is yet to start in a month; right in time for the prime tourism season in Mumbai and many other areas of the country. As per previous news, the seasonal route will open from 20th of October 2016. The flights offer 30 flat bed seats for business class travellers, 21 seats for premium economy travellers and 247 seats for economy travellers.
India is a tropical country that people in the Great White North love to visit. The only problem was the ridiculous time delay that occurs due to connecting flights. Air Canada has tried to cover Indian Canadian market by introducing three non-stop route services. Are you yet to plan your vacation for this year? Try the tropical paradise, India.
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