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Air Canada adds new routes to France, Africa and Asia

Staff Writer |
Air Canada announced the addition of two new seasonal destinations to its international network from Montreal.

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The new services, Montreal-Algiers and Montreal-Marseille will launch in June 2017, with the Montreal-Algiers route subject to government approvals.

Air Canada also announced it is launching a new, three-times weekly service between Toronto and Mumbai, the largest city and financial capital of India.

The non-stop, year-round service will be operated starting July 1, 2017 using a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

Air Canada also announced the addition of six new destinations to its international network, including year-round Boeing 787-9 service between Toronto and Mumbai and between Vancouver and Taipei.

The new services will launch for summer 2017, with the Montreal-Algiers and the Vancouver-Taipei routes subject to government approvals.


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