In September 2020, Air Canada resumed the the Toronto-São Paulo route with three weekly flights – AC90, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and AC91, on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The plans also include the resumption, on December 12, of the flight that connects São Paulo to Montreal. In addition the route, which must be operated twice a week, is now available for sale in the company’s system.
On the Toronto-São Paulo stretch, the company uses the Boeing 787-9, with 30 seats in International Business, 21 in Premium Economy and 247 in Economy categories. In Brazil, Air Canada maintains a partnership with GOL, LATAM and AZUL, to make flights within the country feasible. The company also has a partnership with the mileage programs Smiles, from Gol, and Tudo Azul, from Azul.
In order to garantee the tranquility of everyone onboard the company invested in the CelanCare + Program, whose main objective is to ensure the tranquility of everyone on board. The new program was developed to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19, with biosafety measures. In July, Air Canada started offering flexible travel rescheduling options for Economy Class customers confirmed on flights with a capacity close to the total. Besides that, additional processes have been introduced, with no contact at airports.
Canada’s borders are still closed due to Covid-19. Only trips considered essential are being authorized, but the expectation is that at the end of November 2020 the situation will be reassessed so that other travelers can also visit the country. The big news, however, is that students enrolled in long-term courses, in schools that follow strict protocols and are approved by the Canadian Government, are already able to apply to enter the country.
Flight options beyond Canada, including destinations in Asia, Europe and North America, will also be available to the Brazilian market. More information on 0800-282-1258 or in Rio de Janeiro (21) 2220-5343