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Air Canada Resumes Daily Seasonal Service Between Mumbai and Toronto for Winter 2023-24

Air Canada has reinstated its daily seasonal route connecting Mumbai and Toronto, with a stopover in London Heathrow until March 16, 2024. This addition marks the third service operated by Air Canada from India and complements the airline’s year-round routes from Delhi to Toronto and Montreal.

The resumed service between Mumbai and Toronto will be operated using state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 aircraft, capable of accommodating 298 passengers and offering a choice of three service classes: Economy, Premium Economy, and Air Canada Signature Class. The latter provides passengers with an exclusive cabin featuring spacious lie-flat seating, personalised service, exquisite cuisine, additional baggage allowance, and access to priority airport services. All flight schedules are designed to maximise connections with Air Canada’s extensive North American network. Seats can be booked through various channels, including, the Air Canada App, Air Canada’s Contact Centres, and travel agencies.

Arun Pandeya, General Manager India for Air Canada, expressed his delight, saying, “We are pleased to reintroduce our daily seasonal service between Mumbai and Toronto via London Heathrow. This route offers enhanced travel options for our Indian customers, granting access to our Toronto hub and onward journeys to various Canadian destinations, such as Vancouver, Montreal, and Calgary. Additionally, travellers can take advantage of convenient connections at London Heathrow to various United States destinations served by our Star Alliance partner, United Airlines, including Boston, Denver, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco, and Washington.”

Air Canada flights from India

U.S Custom pre-clearance:

When traveling to the U.S. with Air Canada, the process is incredibly seamless when connecting through Canada. Customers departing from India do not need to retrieve their luggage during the transit, as they can complete U.S. Customs and Immigration preclearance in Montreal and Toronto. Air Canada’s well-planned network and schedule are designed to efficiently connect customers to their ultimate destinations.

Air Canada’s international services on its wide body aircraft offer passengers a choice of three cabin classes:

  1. Air Canada Signature Class: This premium class provides passengers with lie-flat individual pods, ensuring ultimate comfort and privacy.
  2. Premium Economy: Passengers in this class enjoy larger seats with extra legroom, as well as premium services designed to enhance their travel experience.
  3. Economy: Economy class passengers can savor complimentary meals curated by expert chefs, along with a selection of wines and beverages. The inflight entertainment is top-notch, with screens at every seat offering hours of complimentary onboard entertainment. Passengers also have the option to purchase Wi-Fi connectivity.

Furthermore, for Air Canada Aeroplan members, there’s a special perk – free texting on Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft. This allows members to stay connected during their flight without incurring additional charges for texting services.