Air Canada will begin non-stop flights five days a week between Toronto and Copenhagen. The only non-stop service to Scandinavia from Canada will be operated with a 211-seat Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft featuring 24 lie flat bed suites in executive first and a personal digital in-flight video system, a USB port and a power plug available at every seat throughout the aircraft.
Ben Smith, executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Air Canada, said: “Air Canada is building its Toronto hub and this year we have launched long-haul service to four new, major European destinations.
“The addition of Copenhagen is important strategically as passengers and cargo will be able to conveniently connect with our Star Alliance partner Scandinavian Airlines to reach such cities as Oslo, Helsinki, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Warsaw. For connecting customers travelling between Copenhagen and U.S. cities, this new route will offer the fastest elapsed travel time.”
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