Air Canada will introduce year-round service between Montreal and Toulouse, France, starting June 4, 2020.
The five-times weekly flights will provide the only year-round service between the two cities and be operated with Air Canada’s Airbus A330-300 fleet, featuring Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy cabins.
Special introductory fares from Montreal to Toulouse start at $729 round-trip, all-in, and tickets are now available for purchase.
“This new route is our sixth destination in continental France and represents further growth from our Montreal hub, where Air Canada has launched 35 new global routes since 2012. Apart from its attractions as a business travel market, Toulouse is also known for its rich heritage spanning 2,000 years, abundant culture and its culinary scene,” said Air Canada president Calin Rovinescu.
AirlinePros Canada Inc. reports that Air NiuGini (PX/656) is now an active member of BSP Canada.
Air NiuGini has opted for mass e-plating (general concurrence) so that all fully IATA-registered travel organizations in Canada may start issuing tickets on PX e-stock without delay.
PX can booked in all major GDS systems such as Amadeus, Sabre and Apollo. At this time PX is “cash only.”
Agents may claim 5% commission POS on International PX operated flights with PX fares that do not include Interline segments. For wholly domestic flights and fares operated by PX, agents can claim 2% commission POS.
Air NiuGini has appointed AirlinePros Canada to oversee BSP Coordination in Canada.
Karl Müller, Canada director of AirlinePros, commented, “The Southern region of Oceania where New Guinea is located has seen a notable increase of tourism from Canada for diverse categories for this fascinating destination in recent years. Various Canadian entities actively participate in the energy and mining segments. PX has an appealing route network that connects New Guinea with Australia and South-east Asian/Pacific destinations.”
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