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Air Canada expands Montreal-to-San Francisco service

Canada´s flag carrier Air Canada said that its current seasonal flights between Montreal and San Francisco will be extended to year-round flights beginning in November 2013.

All flights will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft featuring Executive Service, complimentary seatback entertainment, the ability to collect Aeroplan miles and lounge access for qualified customers.

Air Canada said its Montreal-San Francisco flights are timed to offer convenient connections with the carrier´s international flights from Montreal-Trudeau airport to London, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, and Geneva, as well as its domestic network including Ottawa, Québec City, and Halifax.

Montreal-Trudeau Airport is an important Air Canada hub serving more than 6.2m of the airline´s customers in 2012. AirCanada, together with regional airlines operating under the Air Canada Express banner, operates more than 100,000 flights per year to/from YUL and 67 destinations.

These include 21 destinations in Canada, 16 in the United States, 23 in the Caribbean and Mexico, and seven European gateways.

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