With plans to open up more routes during the summer, Air Canada is looking to increase frequencies on its trans-Pacific flights.
In its updated flight schedules on its website, Air Canada is planning the resumption of flights to Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Beijing, and Shanghai during the months of June and July.
By June, Air Canada plans to launch more trans-Pacific flights from Toronto and Vancouver. From Vancouver, the airline plans to resume flights to Tokyo-Narita on a four-times weekly basis. In addition to the flights to Tokyo-Narita, the airline will also operate a thrice-weekly service from Toronto to Tokyo-Haneda.
With the flights from Vancouver and Toronto to Tokyo, the airline is planning to operate daily flights each from Toronto to both Hong Kong and Seoul by June 24.
The Montreal-based carrier is also planning the resumption of flights to China by July. Air Canada plans to operate once-weekly flights each from Vancouver to Beijing along with a separate flight to Shanghai. Also, the airline plans to operate a thrice-weekly service between Toronto and Shanghai.
At present (May), Air Canada is operating thrice weekly flights from Vancouver to Hong Kong and twice-weekly flights to Seoul-Incheon. Over the next two months, Air Canada is planning to increase the frequency on the resumed routes with some routes operating daily by July such as the following:
Daily Flights to Asia by July:
Tokyo (Narita), Seoul, Shanghai, Beijing
Hong Kong, Seoul
In its updates, Air Canada advises the flight schedule plans could change depending on travel demand and government restrictions in Canada and the destination countries.