When it comes to flights between Canada and India during the busy March Break and spring season, Air Canada, the country’s flag carrier and largest airline, now offers the most flights of any carrier, with 21 return flights per week to Delhi from its international hubs in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.
During the month of April, the flights will be flown by Air Canada’s modern Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and Boeing 777 aircraft, which will depart from Toronto and Montreal, respectively.
In March, flights from Toronto are available every day, with an additional flight on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
On top of that, flights from Vancouver are available on a daily basis, while flights from Montreal are available four times a week on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The following is what Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President of Air Canada, had to say:
“India and Canada have strong and close links, and individuals from both nations are anxious to travel to see family and friends, have a long-awaited vacation, or do business in each other’s countries.” Air Canada makes this possible by providing a total of 21 round-trip flights every week between Delhi and Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.”
“We are the carrier with the greatest number of flights between India and Canada, and we will resume nonstop service between Toronto, Montreal, and Delhi, demonstrating our significant commitment to this key market,” the airline said.
Signature Class, Premium Economy, and Economy class cabins are available on every planes. All flights allow for Aeroplan points accrual and redemption, as well as priority check-in, access to the Maple Leaf Lounge, priority boarding, and other perks for qualifying passengers on all flights.
Seats in all cabins at competitive pricing are available for purchase on aircanada.com, via the Air Canada App, through Air Canada’s contact centers, and through travel agents.
With the help of Air Canada’s team of celebrity chefs, which includes award-winning Vancouver-based chefs David Hawksworth and Vikram Vij, onboard services on international flights highlight the greatest cuisine that Canada has to offer in terms of culinary ability. Guests may also enjoy a variety of quality wines chosen by renowned Canadian sommelier Véronique Rivest to compliment their gourmet journey.