Canadian carrier increases flights from London

By Linsey McNeill
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Canadian carrier Air Transat is restarting flights from London Gatwick to Montreal today after a two-year gap.

Initially, the airline will operate three flights a week but the service will increase to daily by the middle of the summer.

On 12 May, Air Transat will also launch the first ever non-stop flights from the UK to Quebec City.

The weekly service will operate from Gatwick.

Air Transat has also increased frequency on its Gatwick to Toronto service, which has gone from three times a week to daily.

The airline has plans to fly between London and Toronto twice daily by mid-summer.

Flights start at £348 and Eco Budget, Eco Standard and Club Standard fares can be cancelled fo a fee of £150, while Eco Flex and Club Flex flights can be cancelled with a full refund.

Passengers can also change their flight date and/or destination free of charge up to 24 hours before departure, but they must pay any fare difference.

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