Air Canada has resumed its year-round nonstop service from London Heathrow to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The flights will be operated by B737 Max 8 aircraft, configured with two classes (premium economy and economy) and 169 seats.
The route resumption marks the flag carrier’s fifth nonstop service from London, with existing flights from Heathrow to Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary.
During the summer peak the airline will operate nine nonstop daily flights between London and Canada.
|Flight||From||Departure||To||Arrival||Frequency||Dates of Operation|
|AC 869||London||1105||Halifax||1355||Up to Daily||Year-round|
|AC 868||Halifax||1100||London||2100||Up to Daily||Year-round|
Stephen Gerrard, Air Canada general manager sales, UK and Ireland, commented:
“This is great news for our British customers as they plan their next trip to Canada. As we expand our schedule from the U.K., our non-stop flights from London to Halifax will provide our customers with even greater travel choice. Everyone can look forward to a warm welcome when they board Air Canada.”
The airline will also resume its seasonal Edinburgh-Toronto and Manchester-Toronto services on June 1, followed by services between Dublin and Montreal on June 2 and between Dublin and Vancouver on June 3.