New Canada flights for next summer
Canadian Affair, Scotland's largest tour operator to Canada, plans to offer 25,000 extra seats out of Glasgow Airport next summer following the collapse of Zoom Airlines, the Evening Times reports. The company plans to increase flights to Toronto and introduce services to Calgary and Vancouver next summer, with fares as low as £129 one-way, including taxes and charges.
Canadian Affair currently offers 6 flights a week between Glasgow and Toronto during the summer, but next year it will offer 9 a week. Also next summer the airline will launch non-stop weekly flights to Vancouver and to Calgary. Flights to Vancouver will operate over 26 weeks, while those to Calgary will run over 17 weeks.
A spokesman for Canadian Affair said the extended programme from Glasgow will mean flights for up to 25,000 extra passengers compared to this year.
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