More flights planned to California and Iceland from Pearson Airport in Mississauga
Published June 6, 2023 at 12:14 pm
Air Canada continues to bump up its schedule and is now offering additional flights from Pearson Airport in Mississauga to two destinations that couldn’t be more different.
As of this week, Canada’s flagship carrier is offering four flights per week to both Sacramento, the capital of California, and Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik.
More flights are being added on a weekly basis to various destinations across Canada and around the world from Pearson as the spring travel season is in full swing and the even busier summer season is just around the corner.
Last week, Air Canada announced it was resuming three weekly flights to Salt Lake City, Utah.
“Get ready to hike beautiful canyons, explore national parks and enjoy all that this stunning city has to offer,” Pearson officials said via Twitter.
Earlier this spring, Air Canada resumed three weekly flights to Venice, Italy, six weekly flights between Pearson and Madrid, Spain and four flights per week to Fort McMurray, Alberta, in time for the late spring and summer travel seasons.
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 announced it was increasing the number of flights to Portugal, Spain and Greece from Pearson.
In late March, Pearson announced additional flights to New York City and other U.S. destinations had been added while in early April it was announced flights were being added to various European destinations, including Denmark, Spain, Greece and Portugal.
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.@AirCanada is back to offering four flights weekly to Reykjavik, Iceland making it simple to cross off this beautiful destination from your bucket list. From exploring the incredible landscape to checking out the city, you can’t go wrong! pic.twitter.com/w1RNGfbVZL
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) June 5, 2023