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It will soon be even easier to travel between Ireland and Canada
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Air Canada on Wednesday announced expanded seasonal services to and from Ireland with new non-stop flights from Shannon to Toronto and between Dublin and Montreal from June 2018.

They're also boosting their non-stop Dublin-Toronto service by increasing weekly frequencies from three to four, including  a daily service next summer.

They will also be resuming their seasonal Dublin-Vancouver non-stop service next summer on an expanded basis with up to five flights weekly between the two cities.

“Beginning summer 2018, we will capitalise on the growing traffic between Ireland and Canada and launch two new routes from Ireland, Shannon to Toronto and Dublin to Montreal. We are delighted that Ireland will be one of the first routes to experience our new aircraft,” said Benjamin Smith, President Passenger Airlines at Air Canada.

Below are the new services announced on Wednesday. They will be on sale from September 19 and commence operation in June 2018.

  • AC820 - Toronto 22:00 to Shannon 9:30 + 1 day - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
  • AC821 - Shannon 10:30 to Toronto 12:45 - Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
  • AC818 - Montreal 21:15 to Dublin 8:25 + 1 day - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
  • AC819 - Dublin 10:20 to Montreal 12:00 - Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
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Air Canada currently operates 14 flights a week from Dublin to Vancouver and Toronto.

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