Air Canada has announced several new year-round transborder routes to the US, beginning in May 2018.
New routes will connect Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton and Vancouver with major US gateway airports and mid-tier cities.
From May 1, Air Canada will begin flying daily to San Francisco from Edmonton while new daily flights begin at Toronto to Omaha and seasonally to Providence.
Sacramento, CA gets a daily link from Vancouver while Montreal will serve Baltimore and Pittsburgh daily starting May 17.
“We continue to strategically expand our already extensive North American transborder network to offer the only services from Canada to Sacramento, Omaha, Providence, and flights from additional Canadian airports to Baltimore, Pittsburgh and San Francisco,” said Benjamin Smith, president, passenger airlines at Air Canada.
“As the largest foreign carrier serving the US, we are pleased to offer customers even more non-stop travel choices between Canada and the US.”
All the new US routes are available for purchase now.
These latest routes add to an array of new international services starting in 2018 already announced by Air Canada, including Paris, Zurich and Melbourne.