Air Canada Launches Montreal-Phoenix Service
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Air Canada announced that it will introduce the only Montréal-Phoenix non-stop flights Saturdays and Sundays between November 6, 2010 and April 30, 2011. Flights are timed to offer connections to/from Ottawa, Québec City, Saint John, Fredericton, Halifax and Charlottetown.

Air Canada is also increasing winter Toronto-Phoenix service to daily between October 1, 2010 and April 30, 2011. During the winter Air Canada also operates daily Calgary-Phoenix service.

“Air Canada is solidifying its position as the leading carrier to Arizona by increasing capacity by close to 50 per cent in 2011 to this popular destination,” said Marcel Forget Vice-President, Network Planning, Air Canada.

“Canada represents our fastest-growing international market, and we welcome Air Canada’s decision to invest in additional air service at Phoenix Sky Harbor,” said Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon.

Flights between Phoenix-Montréal and Phoenix-Toronto are timed to make connections with other flights in Air Canada’s extensive domestic and international network including London, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, Copenhagen and Geneva.




















Montréal-Phoenix Saturdays – Sundays November 6, 2010 – April 30, 2011
Flight      Depart   Arrival
AC 1281   Montréal at 08:05 Phoenix at 11:40
AC 1282 Phoenix at 12:20 Montréal at 18:56
     
Toronto-Phoenix daily year-round
Flight   Depart    Arrival
AC 589  Toronto at 08:30  Phoenix at 11:19
AC 590  Phoenix at 12:05  Toronto at 18:10
     
Toronto-Phoenix daily October 1, 2010 – April 30, 2011
Flight    Depart     Arrival
AC 1289  Toronto at 18:30  Phoenix at 21:19
AC 1290  Phoenix at 08:00 Toronto at 14:05
     
Calgary-Phoenix daily October 31, 2010 – May 28, 2011
Flight   Depart   Arrival
AC 1286   Calgary at 09:15 Phoenix at 12:18
AC 1287  Phoenix at 13:05  Calgary at 16:16

The carrier will operate the Montréal and Toronto services using newly refurbished 120-seat Airbus A319 aircraft in a two-cabin configuration offering a choice of Executive Class and Economy service. The A319 jets feature Air Canada’s personal entertainment system with 8.9-inch wide digital in-seat monitors and touch-screen controls offering hours of audio and video on demand programming at every seat. Other features include in-seat power within reach of every customer. The Calgary service is operated using 93-seat Embraer E190 aircraft a choice of Executive Class and Economy service, free personal audio-video entertainment at every seat and a choice of hours of audio and video on demand.

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