Air Canada strategically expands its South Pacific Network

Air Canada today announced a strategic expansion of its South Pacific schedule with the return of daily service to Sydney and resumption of services to both Brisbane and Auckland.  Air Canada’s Australia and New Zealand flights operate from its trans-Pacific hub at Vancouver International Airport which the carrier has built to conveniently connect its international network to its vast North American network.

Australia and New Zealand Schedule

Flight

From

To

Days of Week

Departs

Arrives

Aircraft

Begins

AC033

YVR

SYD

Ramps up to daily beginning early May

23:15

07:45 (+2 days)

Boeing 777

Currently operating

AC034

SYD

YVR

Ramps up to daily beginning early May

09:30

07:10

Boeing 777

Currently operating

AC035

YVR

BNE

Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun

22:55

06:35 (+2 days)

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Jul. 1

AC036

BNE

YVR

Tue/Wed/Fri/Sun

10:15

06:50

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Jul. 3

AC039

YVR

AKL

Tue/Thu/Sat

22:45

10:05 (+2 days)

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Nov. 10

AC040

AKL

YVR

Mon/Thu/Sat

14:30

06:30

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Nov. 12

Air Canada may continue to adjust its schedule as more opportunities arise or based on COVID-19’s trajectory and the further easing of travel restrictions by government. For details on the full schedule please visit aircanada.com

Easy and convenient connections
Air Canada’s South Pacific flights connect seamlessly and conveniently to and from its extensive North American network in YVR including: New YorkNewarkTorontoMontrealOttawaCalgaryEdmontonKelownaVictoriaSeattleSan FranciscoLos Angeles among other cities.

In Sydney and Brisbane, Air Canada’s flights will connect easily to and from MelbourneCanberraPerth, Cairns and other destinations with code-share partner Virgin Australia.