Flights added to western Canada, Spain and Sweden from Pearson Airport in Mississauga
Published May 1, 2023 at 3:43 pm
Travellers can access more flights to western Canada, western Europe and Scandinavia via Pearson Airport in Mississauga now that several carriers have expanded their service.
Air Canada has resumed six weekly flights between Pearson and Madrid, Spain as of this week as the spring travel schedule ramps up.
Closer to home, Canada’s flagship carrier is also resuming its four-flights-per-week service between Pearson and Fort McMurray in Alberta.
Meanwhile, Scandinavian Airlines has reintroduced its four weekly flights between Pearson Airport and Stockholm, Sweden and is also offering three weekly flights to Copenhagen, capital of Denmark.
In early April, Air Canada resumed its schedule of five weekly flights to Copenhagen, which with a population of about two million is also the northern European nation’s most populous city.
In March, as the spring travel season began to take hold, Air Canada also announced it was increasing the number of flights to Portugal, Spain and Greece from Pearson.
📣 More exciting travel news! Our friends at @AirCanada are resuming 4x weekly flights from Toronto Pearson to Fort McMurray. Time to start planning that next adventure. ✈️🌄 #travel #Canada pic.twitter.com/LAVy2we2ak
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) May 1, 2023
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Get ready to explore Scandinavia! Our partners at @SAS have resumed 4x weekly flights from YYZ to Stockholm, Sweden and 3x weekly flights to Copenhagen, Denmark. Book your tickets & enjoy the beauty of the Nordics with SAS Airlines🏔️Visit https://t.co/Gh1rfeRw2H for more #travel pic.twitter.com/ppQyC0XSeU
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) April 29, 2023