Air Transat is ramping up its flights to the Caribbean beginning in November, the company said.
Beginning Nov. 1, the Canadian vacation company will be adding flights to more than 40 destinations from cities including Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto.
Montreal will have the most Caribbean options, with flights to nine different Caribbean countries ranging from Guadeloupe and Martinique to the Dominican Republic and Cuba.
The Montreal flights will include service to Cuba, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Mexico, Martinique, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and St Maarten.
Toronto and Quebec City flights will include service to destinations in Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and St Maarten.
“Even though the entire tourism industry has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the desire to go abroad for a change of scenery and for new discoveries is still very much alive in travelers,” says Annick Guérard, Chief Operating Officer of Transat. “That is why we are delighted to present them with our enhanced offer. Now, more than ever, this program of more than 40 destinations allows us to redesign our future one step at a time and to renew our mission, which is to brighten every day of our passengers.”
Air Transat will also be flying to the Caribbean out of Canadian cities like Halifax, Hamilton, London, Moncton and Ottawa.