Air TransSat is pleased to make a grand return to Dublin, Ireland last night and then to the French provinces last Friday.
After more than two years of forced closures due to COVID-19, the carrier operated its first Toronto-Dublin flight (TS230) last night, operating 5 times a week during peak seasons.
Until the end of October, the company will operate these aircraft with its new generation Airbus A321neoLR aircraft.
Last Friday, April 8, Air TransSat resumed operations in the French provinces, taking off the first direct flight from Montreal to Marseille.
This recovery will be gradual. Thus, from Brittany to Provence via Aquitaine and Overgne, Quebec travelers will be able to re-access six destinations in the next few weeks.
In addition to gradually increasing the frequency of flights between Montreal and Paris, the carrier announces that it will soon resume its service from Quebec City and Toronto to Light City.
” We are really happy to be able to restore our flights to the French provinces. These routes have been an integral part of our air program for many years and we operate mostly and exclusively. Said Joseph Adamo, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Transat.
Mr. Adamo continues: ” The relationship between Canada and France is invaluable, and as part of our accelerating global recovery, we want to meet this vital hidden need.
” We know that travelers, whether on vacation or reuniting with loved ones, especially appreciate the ease with which our next-generation plane arrives without stopping at their final destination. ⁇
Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Toulouse
Air Transat announces that it will gradually restore connections from Montreal to Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice and Toulouse by early May. This program is in addition to the regular service to the French provinces; The current daily service from Montreal will be up to 14 flights a week from May.
Quebec City-Paris: April 10
Air Transat wants to remind you that the company will resume direct routes from Quebec to Paris on April 10 and from Toronto on May 3.
At the height of the season, there will be 43 weekly flights to France from Montreal, Quebec and Toronto.
Free change for passengers
Air Transat also announces that customers who book Eco Budget, Eco Standard or Club Standard rates for a limited time will be able to change their travel dates and / or their destination for up to 24 hours free of charge with added flexibility. Before leaving. “They only have to pay the rate difference if there is something,” the carrier explains.
Air Transat adds, “Customers seeking maximum flexibility can purchase Eco Flex and Club Flex. Thus, they can make changes to their reservation for free and get a refund in case of cancellation. ⁇
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