Air Canada has inaugurated daily non- stop service from Denver to Montreal, becoming the only airline to offer this direct service. “The introduction of daily non-stop Air Canada flights between Denver and Montreal cuts existing air travel time by approximately two hours and creates an important and strategic link between two Star Alliance carriers’ hubs and their extensive networks,” said Ben Smith, Vice President, Network Planning, Air Canada.
“We are able to offer Montrealers and consumers throughout the province of Quebec and Atlantic Canada more choice of connections to and from destinations in the Southwestern United States on a codeshare basis with our Star Alliance partner United Airlines.”
Flights are conveniently timed to provide travellers a wide range of connecting flights in Montreal to and from: Ottawa, Quebec City, Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John NB, St. John’s NL, Sydney NS, Halifax NS, and Charlottetown PEI; and on United Airlines operated flights in Denver to and from: Palm Springs, Sacramento, San Jose, Tucson, Reno, and San Diego.
Air Canada’s new Denver-Montreal daily non-stop service will be operated using 120-seat Airbus A319 aircraft offering a choice of Executive Class and Economy service.
Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz operate more non-stop flights within Canada and to the United States than any other airline. Within Canada, the carriers operate around 960 non-stop flights per day on 131 routes to and from 67 airports. Between the United States and Canada, the carriers operate more than 390 non-stop flights per day on 89 routes to and from 51 U.S. and 7 Canadian destinations.