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After twenty years the direct flight Malpensa-Montreal (Air Canada) is back

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After twenty years the direct flight Malpensa-Montreal (Air Canada) is back

The key points

  • The novelty Canada
  • Brunini’s comment (Sea)

And the Nord America the main novelty that, at the moment, it offers Malpensa airport. In recent days, the introduction of the new direct flight from Milan Malpensa to Chicagooperated by United everyday. By the way, United is the only airline to offer a direct flight to Chicago. «We are seeing important signs of trust from the companies that not only return to offering the historic connections on our airports, but also invest in new destinations. United Airlines with the opening of the daily flight to Chicago is today the emblem. The new destination is one of the most important news of the summer season “explains Andrea Tucci, vice president of aviation business development at Sea (the manager of Linate and Malpensa)

The novelty Canada

Now comes a second novelty. Air Canada inaugurated the new connection between Milan Malpensa and Montrealoperational all year round, with 5 flights per week.

The new route continues to operate from Montreal to Toronto, thus offering an even wider travel choice to customers flying from Italy to Canada. Air Canada is the only airline to offer year-round non-stop flights between Italy and Canada.

Air Canada flights between Milan Malpensa and Montreal, carried out with Airbus A330-300, are able to accommodate 297 passengers, with a choice of three classes of service: Economy, Premium Economy and Air Canada Signature Class, with recliners. This new flight increases connectivity with Air Canada’s extensive North American network, which includes 46 airports in the United States.

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This new connection joins Air Canada’s seasonal non-stop connections already operational from Rome Fiumicino and Venice to Toronto and Montreal.

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