Transat Resumes Flights to Dublin

Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland

Air Transat has resumed service to Dublin, Ireland, after over two years of forced suspension due to COVID-19. The airline operated its first resumed flight between YYZ and DUB on 11APR.

Service to DUB from YYZ will be offered five times a week at the height of the season. Until the end of OCT, Air Transat will operate these flights with its new-generation Airbus A321neoLR aircraft.

For more details, travel agents are invited to consult the complete flight schedule available on Agent Direct.

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