November 17, 2011
Air Canada has boosted its international flights from Calgary to Tokyo and Frankfurt.
Beginning April 27, 2012, Air Canada will ramp up its Calgary-Tokyo non-stop summer service to five flights per week.
As of Feb. 4, 2012, the airline will operate its non-stop daily flights from Calgary to Frankfurt with larger 265-seat Airbus aircraft year-round to allow for a 25-per-cent increase in seats during the winter.
“Demand for Air Canada’s non-stop Calgary-Tokyo Narita service has been strong from business and leisure travelers as well as freight forwarders over the past year and we look forward to being able to maintain a year-round schedule, pending approvals in Japan,” said Ben Smith, executive vice-president and chief commercial officer.
Air Canada’s increased scheduled of Calgary-Tokyo flights will operate on Tuesdays through Saturdays, while Tokyo-Calgary flights will operate Wednesdays through Mondays.
For more information, please visit Air Canada’s site.