Air Canada adds flights from Pearson Airport in Mississauga to Dominican Republic


Published October 29, 2021 at 10:31 am

Air Canada will soon be taking more travellers from Pearson Airport in Mississauga to four different locations in the Dominican Republic. 

The carrier, which currently operates Pearson-to-Punta Cana flights each week, is adding two trips per week to Santo Domingo, capital of the Caribbean island nation, beginning Dec. 16.  

Those Tuesday and Thursday seasonal route flights will add to Air Canada’s existing service to the Caribbean vacation spot, which in addition to Punta Cana also includes wintertime flights to Puerto Plata and Samana that will be resuming in December. 

Passengers on the Santo Domingo flights will travel on board Air Canada Rouge Airbus A319 and A321 aircraft. 

“As travel restrictions ease, we are committed to rebuilding our international network to connect the world to Canada are reunite people with families, friends and business colleagues,” said Air Canada senior vice-president Mark Galardo.  

The new route will depart Pearson at 9:05 a.m. and arrive in Santo Domingo at 2:25 p.m., with return flights leaving the Dominican Republic at 3:40 p.m. and scheduled to arrive back on Canadian soil at 7:15 p.m. 

Beyond the Caribbean, Air Canada is increasing its Pearson-to-Sao Paulo, Brazil service to daily flights as of Dec. 6 and its Pearson-to-Bogota, Colombia schedule to four weekly flights as of Nov. 7.  

Canada’s flagship carrier also plans to resume service between Pearson Airport and Santiago, Chile in January, when it will offer three flights per week.  


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