Air Canada announced the expansion of its transatlantic network to Scandinavia by adding new summer seasonal flights to serve Stockholm in 2024.
Starting June 12, 2024, the Canadian airline will operate three weekly flights departing from Montreal and two weekly flights from Toronto to the Swedish capital Stockholm. It will also increase the capacity of its regular route from Toronto to Copenhagen, the Danish capital, which is operated all year round, by offering daily flights from May 1, 2024 to October 31, 2024. The seasonal route from Montreal to Copenhagen will resume as for it early on May 2, 2024 and will see its frequency increase to five flights per week in June.
Air Canada began serving Scandinavia in 2010, offering flights between Toronto and Copenhagen. In 2023, it increased its presence in Copenhagen by adding new flights from Montreal.
“ We based our development strategy on Toronto and Montreal to facilitate connections within Air Canada’s vast North American network. By operating non-stop flights to Stockholm on Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, we provide our customers with a range of convenient options when traveling between North America and the capital of the Sweden, whether for business development, tourism or visiting relatives and friends. With the increase in our capacity for Copenhagen, we will offer up to 17 weekly flights from Toronto and Montreal, and to Stockholm and Copenhagen this summer “, said Mark Galardo, General Vice President – Revenue and Network Planning at Air Canada.