Air Canada direct Toronto to Copenhagen from June 24 onwards!

Air Canada heading to Scandinavia again!

Air Canada heading to Scandinavia again!

Air Canada announced it will launch daily service between Toronto and Copenhagen next summer.

Besides Copenhagen, AC has now announced long-haul service to three other new, major international destinations: Athens, Barcelona and Brussels (via Montreal). They consider the addition of Copenhagen next summer strategically important as passengers will be able to conveniently connect with their Star Alliance partner Scandinavian Airlines to reach such cities as Oslo, Helsinki, Warsaw, Stockholm and Gothenburg.

Air Canada will begin non-stop, daily flights between Toronto and Copenhagen on June 24, 2010, subject to government approval. The only non-stop service to Scandinavia from Canada will be operated with a 211-seat Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft. Service will operate daily in the summer, with reduced frequency in the winter.

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Flight Depart Toronto Arrive Copenhagen
Daily
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AC882 17:15 06:55 (+1)
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Flight Depart Copenhagen Arrive Toronto
Daily
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AC883 12:20 14:50
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For our Estonian travelers this means that there will be a new connection available from Toronto to Tallinn, using the SAS flights from Copenhagen onwards. This will put the current most popular flight choice to Tallinn, Finnair, on their toes. Finnair is best known for their unbeatable prices, which we cannot say for Air Canada transatlantic services. Will the convenience outweigh the price? We’ll be looking forward to see what happens during the coming summer season!

Comments

Air Canada direct Toronto to Copenhagen from June 24 onwards! — 3 Comments

  1. I wanted to book a flight to Copenhagen on June 30/12 and return on July 15/12 What is the price for economy, and when do you begin bookings.

  2. My grand daughter will be travelling from Toronto to Copenhagen as an exchange student for a year. What is the maximum luggage she is allowed to carry?