Resumption of popular Toronto service marks the return of the first route between Scotland and Canada in over a year

Air Transat’s popular Toronto service arrived back in Glasgow this morning – making it the first North American route to operate to Scotland in over a year.

The service will offer up to 2 weekly flights, Thursdays and Saturdays, during the winter season. For summer Air Transat will increase capacity and offer up to 4 weekly services to Toronto.

Air Transat will again operate the route using one of the airline’s Airbus A321neoLR aircraft, which consumes over 15 percent less fuel, generates 50 percent less noise in the cabin and communities, produces about 5,000 fewer tonnes of CO2 a year and lowers NOX emissions by 50% when compared to previous generation Airbus aircraft.

The flight will depart Glasgow at 07:45 and arrive in Toronto at 10:10 local time.

Air Transat will tomorrow (17th December) launch its Canada Seat Sale, with return fares from Glasgow to Toronto from just £339, based on selected departures between January and June 2022. Book via a travel agent by 27th January, 2022.

Read the press release here