London International Airport announces non-stop London-Montreal flights by Air Canada to begin in July
London International Airport
Wednesday, April 25 2018
Daily non-stop flights to Montreal give Londoners access to one of Canada's most popular cities, as well as a vast new world of connections!
LONDON, ON - Air Canada announced today daily non-stop flights to Montreal beginning July 2, 2018. This new service will open a reliable, convenient route timed to offer connections to/from Atlantic Canada, European destinations including Brussels, Rome, Geneva, Barcelona, and Africa including Casablanca.
Individuals can now purchase tickets to travel to any of these new destinations at aircanada.com, via the Air Canada app, and through their local travel agents. There are also promotional fares available for a limited time.
Daily Montreal-London, Ontario flights will be 78-seat Q-400 aircraft operated by Air Canada Express, Jazz. The flight schedule is:
Flight # Depart Time Arrive Time
AC8665 Montreal 13:50 London 15:37
AC8664 London 15:20 Montreal 16:49
"We are pleased to expand Air Canada's domestic network from Montreal into the growing Southern Ontario markets of Windsor and London by offering new non-stop daily flights to Montreal as we continue to strategically expand our already extensive domestic network," said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. "With the continued growth in the Southern Ontario market, we see the opportunity to add new non-stop services and provide additional convenient travel options to cities across Atlantic Canada as well several European destinations."
"We are very excited at London International Airport for this expansion of Air Canada's flight options from our Airport," said Lauren Stafford, Manager of Business Development and Marketing for London International Airport. "This was the result of strong passenger demand, and our partnership with Air Canada, dedicated to providing London with the travel options they have been asking for, with service to a major Canadian hub."