Air Canada Expands Its Summer 2022 International Schedule; Relaunching 34 Routes to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East


Air Canada on Tuesday announced its expanded Summer 2022 international schedule with 34 routes relaunching across the Atlantic and Pacific.

Starting March 2022, non-stop services will begin resuming from Toronto to Tel Aviv, Paris, Tokyo, and Amsterdam signs that recovery is well underway. Service from Montreal to Casablanca, Nice, Algiers, Rome, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo will also be resuming. From Vancouver, Air Canada will be offering service to Frankfurt, Dublin, and Zurich.

Air Canada is also relaunching service to popular tourist destinations such as Barcelona, Budapest, Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan, and Venice, which have been suspended since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.

Air Canada Summer 2022 International Route Resumptions

1. Flights From Toronto

ToStart Date
*Tel AvivMarch 1
*ParisMarch 2
*AmsterdamMarch 2
LisbonMarch 26
*ViennaMarch 26
AthensMarch 27
RomeMarch 27
VeniceApril 15
*TokyoApril 27
*CopenhagenMay 2
BudapestMay 3
BarcelonaMay 4
*MadridMay 19
EdinburghMay 30
ManchesterMay 30
ReykjavikJune 1

2. Flights From Vancouver

ToStart Date
FrankfurtMay 1
DublinJune 1
ZurichJune 17

3. Flights From Montreal

ToStart Date
RomeMarch 26
LisbonMarch 27
AthensMarch 28
VeniceApril 16
Tel AvivMay 1
CairoMay 3
*CasablancaMay 4
BarcelonaMay 6
NiceMay 12
*MilanMay 21
ReykjavikJune 2
DublinJune 2
*TokyoJune 4
AlgiersJune 8

4. Flights From Halifax

ToStart Date
*London-HeathrowApril 30

Asterix * marks year-round service.


The relaunch of international routes builds on Air Canada’s major expansion in the North American market, where 7 new routes are scheduled for Summer 2022 and 41 previously suspended routes are resuming.

Flights are timed to optimize connectivity to Air Canada’s extensive North American network, including 46 airports in the U.S. Seats in all cabins are available for purchase now at, via the Air Canada App, Air Canada’s Contact Centres, and travel agents.

Air Canada may continue to adjust its schedule as more opportunities arise or based on COVID-19’s trajectory and the further easing of travel restrictions by the government.

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Manish Khandelwal
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