Air Canada announces its return to key summer seasonal destinations such as Barcelona, Venice, Nice, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Keflavik (Reykjavik)

Air Canada has unveiled its planned Summer 2022 schedule for EuropeAfrica, the Middle East, and India. In addition to its established year-round services, the airline announced its return to key summer seasonal destinations such as BarcelonaVenice, Nice, ManchesterEdinburgh, and Keflavik (Reykjavik).

Seasonal services to AthensRome and Lisbon resumed in 2021 and will return next spring, alongside Air Canada’s recently launched service to Cairo.

“As we continue to rebuild our global network, Air Canada is excited to plan its return to these popular leisure destinations across EuropeAfrica, and the Middle East, offering its customers to explore the world again, said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada. “Our schedule will enable convenient onward travel through our TorontoVancouverMontreal and Calgary hubs to and from our global destinations. Start planning ahead and book with confidence. We are sincerely looking forward to welcoming you onboard.”

Summer 2022 destinations (with planned start dates):


Summer seasonal

Amsterdam (December 2021)



Copenhagen (May 2022)







Lyon (December 2021)

Madrid (April 2022)

Milan (May 2022)




Tel Aviv



Athens (April 2022)

Barcelona (March 2022)

Cairo (May 2022)

Edinburgh (June 2022)

Lisbon (March 2022)

Manchester (June 2022)

Nice (May 2022)

Reykjavik (June 2022)

Rome (March 2022)

Venice (April 2022) 

Additional service resumptions or expansions will be announced in the future. Schedule may be adjusted as required based on the COVID-19 trajectory and government restrictions.


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