Air Canada To Offer First-Ever Montreal-Tokyo Service

by Richard D'Ambrosio
Air Canada To Offer First-Ever Montreal-Tokyo Service


Air Canada will initiate Montreal-Tokyo Narita service starting June 1, 2018. 

Flights will operate year-round, with daily service during summer peak travel and three times a week service during the winter, utilizing the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and will seek to attract passengers from Quebec City, Ottawa, Halifax, Charlottetown, Boston, Philadelphia and Orlando, the airline said. 

Air Canada already offers Tokyo Narita service from Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary. Special introductory fares start as low as $999 round-trip.

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