Air Canada on Monday announced its current summer transborder schedule including 55 routes and 34 destinations in the U.S., with up to 220 daily flights between the U.S. and Canada.
The new schedule coincides with the loosening of restrictions on travel between the two countries as of Aug. 9, 2021, enabling fully vaccinated Americans to enter Canada for non-essential travel and the removal of quarantine hotel requirements, relaxed testing requirements allowing Canadians to take short transborder trips for less than 72 hours to do their pre-entry tests in Canada, among other measures to ease restrictions.
Air Canada’s commercial schedule may be adjusted as required based on the COVID-19 trajectory and government restrictions.
Vancouver – USA Routes
|Vancouver — USA Routes||Frequencies Per Week||Start Date|
|Vancouver-Chicago||7||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Vancouver-Honolulu||3||Restarts Aug. 2|
|Vancouver-Las Vegas||4||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Vancouver-Maui||3||Restarts Aug. 3|
|Vancouver-Newark||7||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Vancouver-San Diego||7||Restarts Aug. 1|
Calgary – USA Routes
|Calgary — USA Routes||Frequency Per Week||Start Date|
|Calgary-Phoenix||3||Restarts Aug. 1|
Toronto – USA Routes
|Toronto — USA Routes||Frequencies Per Week||Start Date|
|Toronto-Austin||5||Restarts Sept. 9|
|Toronto-Charlotte||7||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Toronto-Cincinnati||7||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Toronto-Cleveland||7||Restarts Aug. 1|
|Toronto-Dallas||14||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Toronto-Fort Myers||2||Restarts Aug. 1|
|Toronto-Las Vegas||4||Restarts Aug. 1|
|Toronto-Minneapolis-Saint Paul||7||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Toronto-Nashville||4||Restarts Aug. 30|
|Toronto-Phoenix||3||Restarts Aug. 2|
|Toronto-Pittsburgh||7||Restarts Aug. 1|
|Toronto-Raleigh Durham||14||Restarts Sept. 7|
|Toronto-Seattle||4||Restarts Aug. 1|
|Toronto-Washington National||14||Restarts Sept. 7|
Montreal – USA Routes
|Montreal — USA Routes||Frequencies Per Week||Start Date|
|Montreal-Las Vegas||3||Restarts Sept. 9|
|Montreal-Washington National||14||Restarts Sept. 7|
Seats are available for booking at aircanada.com, via the Air Canada App, Air Canada’s Contact Centres and travel agencies.
“The easing of travel restrictions announced today by the federal government is an important step based on science, and we are very pleased to rebuild our Canada-U.S. network. Canada and the United States share close ties and restoring air connectivity will contribute to both countries’ economic recovery.”
Air Canada’s proud tradition of being the largest foreign carrier in the U.S. is reflected in our schedule which has been developed to provide a wide range of choices for customers in both countries, appealing to Canadian customers interested in travelling to popular U.S. destinations, and to U.S. residents looking to visit and explore Canada’s spectacular sights and hospitality. Our schedule also enables convenient onward travel through our Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal hubs to and from our global destinations.”
We are planning to restore services to all 57 U.S. destinations previously served as conditions allow. We sincerely look forward to welcoming our customers on board,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada.
“We are thrilled with this announcement and look forward to welcoming back travellers from the U.S.,” said Marsha Walden, President and CEO of Destination Canada.
“From our lively cities immersed in nature to spectacular wilderness and coastlines to the unique mosaic of Indigenous and global cultures, every day in Canada offers a new adventure and a chance to reconnect with what’s important. Team Canada is ready to host our American friends!”