Air Canada Cargo to Provide Year-Round Widebody Capacity on Key European Markets
Air Canada (AC) Cargo will now provide customers with year-round capacity to important European cities, thanks to the airlines’ strategic decision to extend passenger service on routes that were previously only operated seasonally during the summer.
Air Canada Cargo has been recognized with prestigious awards for its exceptional air cargo services. It holds the distinction of being Canada’s largest air cargo provider in terms of cargo capacity.
Air Canada Improves European Cargo Capacity
Key routes that will remain accessible to customers throughout the winter season include Montreal to Rome, Toronto to Copenhagen, and Toronto to Madrid. Additionally, Air Canada Cargo will introduce service to Lyon with the resumption of Air Canada’s passenger route in mid-October.
Matthieu Casey, Managing Director of Commercial at Air Canada Cargo, expressed their satisfaction with offering year-round cargo capacity on widebody routes, providing customers with more choices for crucial markets between Europe and Canada. This added belly capacity complements their existing freighter service.
Furthermore, the introduction of new year-round routes, along with increased passenger schedule frequencies, will enhance cargo offerings across the Atlantic.
Additionally, Air Canada Cargo will experience heightened frequencies on routes from Toronto or Montreal to destinations such as Barcelona, Casablanca, Paris, Lisbon, Athens, Rome, and Edinburgh.
Air Canada Cargo operates in over 50 countries and manages its hubs in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago, London, and Frankfurt. As the specialized air freight division of Air Canada, it provides dependable air freight transport and extensive connectivity spanning six continents. This extensive network utilizes Air Canada’s domestic and international passenger and freighter flights and trucking services.