Air Canada introduces Montreal-Amsterdam summer flights

An Air Canada Boeing 787 prepares for takeoff.
John Taggart from Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Air Canada will add new, non-stop seasonal flights between Montreal and Amsterdam for this summer. Flights are planned to operate five-times weekly with the airline’s state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

This will conveniently link to and from Air Canada’s extensive North American network at its Montreal global hub, and comes as air travel demand for the European continent remains strong.

European demand remains strong

“We continue to see strong demand for travel to Europe and we are thrilled to increase service and add new, non-stop service between Montreal and Amsterdam for summer 2023, complementing our year-round service between Toronto and the Dutch capital.”

“With up to double daily flights between Canada and Amsterdam this summer from two of our global hubs, customers on both sides of the Atlantic have an abundance of convenient choices to visit and explore each other’s countries and beyond.”

“Customers can start planning ahead and book with confidence. We look forward to welcoming you onboard,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada.

Air Canada’s newest route from Montreal further strengthens its position as the leading trans-Atlantic carrier serving the city.

The Canadian flag carrier will effectively offer the most destinations and available seats, as well as providing an additional important economic link between the two cities with the Dreamliner’s cargo capabilities.

Air Canada today announced the addition of new, non-stop seasonal flights between Montreal and Amsterdam for this summer. (Photo: CNW Group/Air Canada)

International Services

Air Canada’s international services onboard its widebody aircraft offer a choice of three cabins:

  • Air Canada Signature Class featuring lie-flat individual pods,
  • Premium Economy featuring larger seats with additional leg room and premium services, and
  • Economy featuring complimentary Chef-inspired and designed meals, wines and beverages.

All of the cabins have inflight entertainment screens at every seat with hours of complimentary onboard entertainment and the opportunity to purchase wi-fi connectivity.

The airlines’s onboard services on international flights departing Canada showcase some of the best cuisine Canadian culinary talent has to offer with Air Canada’s panel of celebrity chefs.

Notable amongst these are award- winning, Vancouver-based chefs David Hawksworth and Vikram Vij, and renowned Montreal chefs Antonio Park and Jérôme Ferrer.

Complementing the culinary journey is a selection of top wines chosen by leading Canadian sommelier, Véronique Rivest.

About Air Canada

Air Canada is the flag carrier airline of Canada. It was founded in 1937 and has its headquarters in Montreal, Quebec.

The airline currently operates both domestic and international flights to over 200 destinations in six continents.

The national carrier has a fleet of over 400 aircraft, including Airbus A220, A320, A321, A330, A340, and A350, as well as Boeing 737, 767, 777, and 787.


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