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AirTransat announces Montreal summer service

AirTransat announces Montreal summer service

By Staff Writer - October 2, 2017

Photo: Laurent ERRERA
Photo: Laurent ERRERA

AirTransat, the Canadian airline, has announced two flights a week from summer 2018 from Nice to Montreal. The direct flights will operate on Fridays and Mondays from May to October.

AirTransat will also operate five flights a week from both Paris and Marseille, four from Lyon, and three from Toulouse, Nantes and Bordeaux.

The airline has won many awards, including the 2012 Skytrax World’s Best Leisure Airline Award, and is now Canada’s third-largest airline by passenger numbers, after Air Canada and WestJet.


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