Air Canada Adds Non-Stop Service to Cartagena

Cartagena

Air Canada continues its aggressive and ongoing international expansion. Yesterday they launched nonstop service from Montreal to Lima, Peru and today Air Canada adds non-stop service to Cartagena, Colombia from Toronto with Air Canada Flight 1872.

The 4 hour 42 minute flight is flown in an A319 on the route as indicated below:

Air Canada Toronto to Cartagena

“We are very pleased to add Cartagena to our global route network,” said Benjamin Smith, President – Passenger Airlines at Air Canada.  “Air Canada is continuing its strategic international expansion with a diverse range of exciting new non-stop routes this winter to Australia, South America, the Caribbean and the United States.  We recently welcomed customers onboard new services from Toronto to St. Vincent and to Belize, Montreal to Lima, Vancouver to Melbourne and to Yellowknife, and we are looking forward to our new flights from Vancouver to Orlando, and Ottawa to Puerto Plata launching before the end of the year.”

In 2017, Air Canada launched new international flights from

  • Toronto to: Mumbai (India), Berlin (Germany), Reykjavik (Iceland), St. Vincent (Caribbean), Belize City (Belize), Cartagena (Colombia)
  • Montreal to: Shanghai (China), Marseille (France), Reykjavik (Iceland), Tel-Aviv (Israel), Algiers (Algeria) and Lima (Peru)
  • Vancouver to: Melbourne (Australia), Taipei (Taiwan), Nagoya (Japan), Frankfurt (Germany), London Gatwick (UK)

In 2018, Air Canada will launch new international services from

  • Toronto to: Shannon (Ireland), Porto (Portugal), Zagreb (Croatia), Bucharest (Romania), Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Montreal to: Tokyo-Narita (Japan), Dublin (Ireland), Bucharest (Romania), Lisbon (Spain), Tel Aviv (Israel)
  • Vancouver to: Paris (France), Zurich (Switzerland)

All Air Canada flights provide for Aeroplan accumulation and redemption, Star Alliance reciprocal benefits and, for eligible customers, priority check-in, Maple Leaf Lounge access, priority boarding and other benefits.

Bottomline

Air Canada is aggressively expanding into the international market and offering North American travelers additional flight options when traveling overseas. Many business and frequent travelers are considering foreign airlines more frequently as options given that U.S. Airlines are often more expensive, quality of cabin service has been on a decline and frequent traveler loyalty seemed to be more appreciated.

When you start planning your trip to Cartagena, check out Booking.com where you will find the best rates, most reliable options and central locations to your destination.

Booking.com Cartagena

 

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