The airline also announced its ambitious plan for 2024 with added frequencies and new routes to popular destinations including Puerto Plata and Punta Cana.
Air Canada announced the strategic expansion of its reed of sun destinations for next winter that includes four new routes from Toronto and Montreal to Monterrey and Los Cabos in Mexico, La Romana in the Dominican Republic and Fort-de-France in the Caribbean.
Specifically, seasonal flights from Montreal to La Romana International Airport will begin on December 17, landing on Sundays at 15:10 pm and taking off at 20:05 pm.
The airline is also rolling out a substantial increase in capacity from its Vancouver hub to sought-after sun destinations such as Mexico, Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego and additional coast-to-coast flights to popular winter vacation destinations in Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean.
Seats are available for purchase now at aircanada.com, through the Air Canada app, Air Canada contact centers and travel agents. Vacation packages are available for purchase at aircanadavacations.com.
“We are seeing continued strong interest in winter leisure travel and as the leading airline from Canada to popular sun destinations with up to 683 weekly flights planned this winter, we are thrilled to add exciting new services from Toronto and Montreal to the Caribbean and Mexico significant increases from our Vancouver hub in response to pent-up demand, said Mark Galardo, Air Canada’s executive vice-president of revenue and network planning.
Montreal-La Romana seasonal flight itinerary
Puerto Plata and Punta Cana add Air Canada flights
The airline also announced its ambitious plan for 2024 with added frequencies and new routes to popular destinations including: 1 weekly flight to Puerto Plata; the Ottawa-Punta Cana route goes to 4 weekly flights (previously 2) and Toronto-Punta Cana to 14 weekly flights (previously 10).