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London to Toronto five times a day

Air Canada has announced that it plans to increase the number of daily services from London Heathrow to its Toronto hub from four to five non-stop flights each day, commencing 2 June 2012.

In addition to five flights per day from London Heathrow to Toronto Pearson International Airport, Air Canada will offer daily non-stop services from the UK to seven other major Canadian cities including Montréal, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Halifax and St John’s. 

“By offering an additional daily flight to our Toronto hub, UK customers not only have greater access to this exciting city, they can also take advantage of convenient connections to destinations across the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America,” said Robert Atkinson, General Manager – Sales UK, Ireland and Northern Europe.

“What’s more, travelling to the US has been made easier via Terminal 1 at Toronto Pearson International Airport.  Passengers can now complete US Customs and Immigration formalities in Toronto, thereby saving time at their final destination in the US, where their arrival is treated as a domestic flight.”

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