Air Canada (Montreal) today announced that it will operate daily flights between Toronto -Pearson and Tokyo-Haneda (Tokyo International Airport) beginning on July 1, 2014 using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The new year-round service will be both the only nonstop flight between Canada and Tokyo-Haneda, located less than 30 minutes from downtown Tokyo, and the first daytime flight to Tokyo-Haneda from North America . This is the first deployment of Air Canada’s Dreamliner — featuring the airline’s new seating and cabin amenities — in the Asian market. The new route will complement Air Canada’s existing flights to Tokyo Narita International Airport from Toronto , Calgary and Vancouver .
Air Canada will begin taking delivery of 37 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in spring 2014, further raising the bar in customer comfort. The aircraft features a brand new contemporary décor and three cabins of service, International Business with 180-degree lie-flat pod seating, Premium Economy and Economy. It also offers an extensive choice of in-flight entertainment on enhanced-definition, seat-back touch screens along with power outlets and USB ports available for all customers.
Tickets for Toronto -Tokyo-Haneda go on sale starting December 10, 2013 with service beginning July 1, 2014 .
|AC 005||Toronto at 13:00||Tokyo-Haneda at 14:55 (plus one day)|
|AC 006||Tokyo-Haneda at 17:40||Toronto at 16:40|
With the new Tokyo-Haneda route, the fifth Asian airport to be served from our Toronto hub, Air Canada will offer the most flights of any airline between Canada and Japan with service from three Canadian cities:
- Daily Toronto – Narita service.
- Three times weekly Calgary – Narita nonstop service, increasing up to daily service during summer 2014.
- Daily Vancouver – Narita nonstop service.
Image: Air Canada.