Air Canada Is Adding New Flights to the French Caribbean
Air Canada is set to launch a new nonstop route between Canada and the French Caribbean this winter.
The carrier will be kicking off a new route between Toronto and Fort-de-France, Martinique beginning Dec. 16.
The new service will be operating once weekly on Saturdays, according to Air Canada.
It will complement the airline’s longstanding service between Montreal and Martinique.
The expansion will mean a total of seven weekly flights between Canada and Martinique this winter.
“With 7 weekly flights from Canada to Martinique this winter peak, Air Canada has also optimized connections to and from its Toronto and Montreal hubs, bringing more people to discover Martinique,” Air Canada said in a statement.