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Air Canada to launch seasonal flights from Toronto to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

Air Canada announced that it will introduce non-stop flights between Toronto and Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. Service to Mont-Tremblant will be operated four times per week by Air Canada Express with 74-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft. Flights will operate between 18 December 2014 and 30 March 2015 during peak winter skiing season. They are now available for purchase at and through travel agents. In addition, customers collect Aeroplan Miles through Canada’s leading loyalty program when travelling with Air Canada.

“We are pleased to offer our customers travelling from London Heathrow and Dublin a convenient schedule for winter escapes with flights to Mont-Tremblant timed to connect at our Toronto hub,” said Robert Atkinson, General Manager UK, Ireland and Northern Europe, at Air Canada. “This new seasonal service provides travellers in the UK and Ireland with great access to the Upper Laurentian region, which is famous for a wide variety of outdoor activities including skiing at the world renowned Mont-Tremblant ski resort.”  

To Patrice Malo, Chairman of the Board of the Tremblant Resort Association, the announcement of a direct connection between Toronto and Tremblant International Airport fits in perfectly with Tremblant’s development plan. “It’s excellent news – it’s a unique opportunity to make access to our resort destination even easier. In addition to offering leisure travellers new possibilities, this new non-stop service offers us a global connection by positioning Tremblant alongside international organizations as well as on the highly competitive business tourism market. Tremblant has never been so accessible!”  

Air Canada flights from Toronto to Mont-Tremblant, Quebec are scheduled at convenient times both for the local Toronto market as well as connecting customers arriving from the UK and Ireland.   

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