Air Transat is back in Barcelona, Venice and Brussels, after several months of forced suspension due to COVID-19.
The news follows Air Transat announcing its return to the Franco-Swiss airport of Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg earlier this week.
The airline will operate this weekend its first flight between Toronto and Barcelona (TS248), which will be offered twice a week at the height of the season.
Until the end of October, the airline will operate these flights with its new-generation Airbus A321neoLR aircraft.
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Air Transat offers a selection of direct routes to Spain from Montreal and Toronto:
Onwards to Italy
Air Transat is strengthening its program to Italy today with its first flight to Venice from Montreal (TS406), which will operate twice weekly at the height of the season.
From Toronto, the first weekly direct flight to Venice (TS406) will operate on June 20.
Air Transat offers a selection of direct routes to Italy from Montreal and Toronto:
The airline is operating today its first flight of the year between Montreal and Brussels (TS154), which will be offered three times a week at the height of the season.
Until the end of October, the airline 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.