Manchester Airport in the UK is set to welcome the return of Air Canada’s non-stop seasonal route between the UK’s northern hub and Toronto in Canada. The service will be operated five times weekly on an Airbus A330-300 aircraft accommodating 297 passengers with a choice of three classes of service.

Flights between the two cities have been optimised to benefit from connectivity to Air Canada’s extensive North American network, including 46 airports in the US.

Describing the resumed services as “very exciting”, Stephen Gerrard, Air Canada General Manager Sales, UK and Ireland, added: “Our non-stop flight between Manchester and Toronto will provide our customers in the north west of England with a direct link to Canada and beyond.”

Meanwhile, Manchester Airport’s Interim Managing Director, Ian Costigan, said: “The service to Toronto is fantastic news for companies large and small across the North who do business with Canada, and also for tourism and those visiting friends and family. It is also great to see the carrier return with its mainline service, offering a high-quality product with both business and premium economy classes.”

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