Air Canada has announced a further strategic expansion of its Vancouver hub with the addition of the only non-stop flights to Dublin next summer. This new seasonal route follows the recent announcement of several enhancements at the airline’s Vancouver hub for 2016. The Dublin-Vancouver flights will be operated three times weekly by Air Canada’s leisure airline, Air Canada rouge, with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, beginning 10th June 2016.
To promote the new route, Air Canada is offering a special introductory fare starting at €490.18 round-trip all-in from Dublin to Vancouver, and €517.57 round-trip all-in to Calgary or Edmonton, valid for booking until 30th November 2015. Tickets are now available for purchase.
“Air Canada continues to strategically grow its international network at YVR with the only non-stop flights to Dublin during the peak summer period,” said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines, Air Canada. “This route is a great, convenient option for Western Canadians travelling to visit the vibrant Emerald Isle with its rich literary history, arts, world-class golf and dramatic landscapes. It will also be equally appealing for our customers from Ireland flying non-stop to visit and experience the spectacular attractions Vancouver and British Columbia offer.”