Air Canada is introducing a non-stop flights between Denver and Montreal. Beginning June 16, 2006, Air Canada will operate year-round daily non-stop service creating an important and strategic link between two Star Alliance carriers’ hubs and their extensive networks.
Flights are conveniently timed to offer travellers a wide range of connecting flights in Montreal to and from: Ottawa, Quebec City, Rouyn-Noranda, Sept-Iles, Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John NB, Deer Lake, St. John’s NF, Sydney NS, Halifax and Charlottetown, and on United Airlines operated flights in Denver to and from: Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, and San Diego.
Air Canada becomes the only airline to offer this direct service cutting existing air travel time by approximately two hours.
Tickets are now available for purchase at aircanada.com or through travel agents.
“The introduction of daily non-stop Air Canada flights between Denver and Montreal is great news for Coloradans seeking value and convenience in air travel to Montreal and eastern Canada, whether for business or vacation,” said Ben Smith, Vice President, Planning.
“With arrival of new, modern and fuel efficient aircraft in our North American fleet we are able to offer on a codeshare basis with our Star Alliance partner United Airlines more choice of connections to and from destinations in the Southwestern United States.”
Air Canada’s new Denver-Montreal non-stop service will be operated using its spacious 93-seat Embraer E190 jet with a choice of Executive Class and Hospitality service, and Air Canada’s new personal entertainment system that is being introduced fleet-wide, and features 8.9-inch wide digital in-seat monitors with touch-screen controls offering audio and video on demand programming at every seat.