Air Transat resumes direct flights to France’s regions

Air Transat has announce the gradual resumption of its operations to France’s regions, starting today with the departure of its first direct flight from Montreal to Marseille. From Brittany to Provence, Aquitaine and Auvergne, six destinations will be available once more to Quebec travellers in the coming weeks. Finally, in addition to gradually increasing flight frequency between Montreal and the City of Light, the airline will soon be relaunching its service to Paris from Toronto and Quebec City.

Non-stop service to France

 

From Montreal, Air Transat will gradually start flying back to BordeauxLyonMarseilleNantesNice and Toulouse by early May. This enhanced flight program to the regions of France is, of course, in addition to the usual daily Paris service from Montreal, which will reach up to 14 flights per week in May.

The company will also resume its direct service to Paris from Toronto on May 3 and from Quebec City on April 10.

At the height of the summer season, a total of 43 weekly flights to France will be operated from MontrealQuebec City and Toronto.

Departure city

Destination

Start date

No. of direct weekly flights*

Montreal

Bordeaux

May 2

4

Montreal

Lyon

April 25

4

Montreal

Marseille

April 8

5

Montreal

Nantes

May 2

3

Montreal

Nice

May 3

2

Montreal

Paris

Year-round

14

Montreal

Toulouse

May 1

4

Quebec City

Paris

April 10

3

Toronto

Paris

May 3

4

*

At the height of summer season.

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