Ottawa, the capital of Canada, will be served by a direct Air France flight from Paris from June 27. Something to diversify the offer for French people accustomed to Quebec!
The capital and the region of Ontario will thus be able to attract a French clientele, more easily inclined to turn to the province of Quebec, and offer them its rich museums, its renowned gastronomy, its Aboriginal arts festival and its various festivities. It will be sure to be interesting to get to know the descendants of the first nations to share their knowledge and celebrate the various indigenous cultures of Canada at the Summer Solstice Festival which takes place between June 21 and 27.
The city also offers sweet and savory gastronomic hikes, on foot or by bike. You can also go from Ontario to Quebec by zip line. The very first inter-provincial zip line has been connecting the provinces of Ontario and Quebec since the end of June 2021. Open from May to October each year, Interzip Rogers offers visitors a flight from Ottawa to Gatineau on double zip lines 425 meters long and 37 meters high. Notice to amateurs. And, in the meantime, Destination Canada is launching a new campaign with the Spotify platform. We can now get into the country mood with well-being podcasts (“Breathe deep”) and local music playlists (“Turn up the sound”)
From June 27, 2023, Air France will open a new service between Paris CDG and Ottawa YOW with 5 direct flights per week operated by Airbus A330-200. The company will also resume the Paris CDG – Quebec YQB link inaugurated in the summer of 2022, with 3 direct flights per week operated by Boeing 787-9 from May 2, 2023.