Today, Austrian Airlines has announced flights between Vienna and Montréal, starting in April 2019. The new connection to the Canadian city will be operated as a daily service in summer and five times per week in the winter season.
1/3 Starting late April 2019 Austrian Airlines will introduce flights to Montreal throughout the entire year i.e. daily in the summer and five times per week in the winter season. Our partner @AirCanada will assume flights on the Vienna-Toronto route. #Servus #Montreal pic.twitter.com/DdamKanZDd
— Austrian Airlines (@_austrian) October 3, 2018
At the moment, the Austrian home carrier is also offering flights to Toronto. In April 2019, the route will be taken over by its codeshare partner Air Canada as a year-round non-stop service, operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. Similar to the Vienna-Montréal flights, the Star Alliance partner will serve the route on a daily basis in the summer and five times weekly during the winter season.
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