Air Transat today announced that it is strengthening its overall program this year. The Montreal-based carrier resumed passenger operations on July 23rd, and it is gradually offering more services. At the height of the winter season, flights to more than 40 destinations will be in action.
According to a press release, the airline will be serving more trips to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central, and South America, the United States, Europe, and Canada. With the pandemic still at large across North America, the company is approaching its resumptions with care.
Across the nations
Altogether, looking at the list of flights that will resume, vacationers looking for winter sun will be happy. The destinations that the operator will fly to include:
- Colombia (Cartagena)
- Costa Rica (Liberia and San José)
- Cuba (Cayo Coco, Cayo Largo, and Havana, Holguin, Santa Clara, and Varadero)
- United States (Fort Lauderdale and New Orleans, Orlando)
- Guadeloupe (Pointe-à-Pitre), Haiti (Port-au-Prince)
- Honduras (Roatan)
- Jamaica (Montego Bay)
- Mexico (Acapulco, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta), Martinique (Fort-de-France)
- Panama (Rio Hato)
- Puerto Rico (San Juan)
- Dominican Republic (La Romana, Puerto Plata, and Punta Cana, Samana, Santo Domingo)
- St. Maarten (Philipsburg)
- El Salvador (San Salvador)
The locations on this list primarily have warm climates, and some of these countries are also expected to relax their restrictions in the next few months. So, Air Transat will be ready to serve sunseekers when the time comes.
However, it’s not only the Americas that Air Transat will ramp up its services to. The firm will offer direct flights to the following destinations in Europe:
- Spain (Malaga)
- France (Paris)
- Portugal (Faro, Lisbon, Porto)
- United Kingdom (Glasgow, London, and Manchester)
Canada has close links across the Atlantic Ocean. So, there will undoubtedly be several individuals on both sides of the pond that are glad about these resumptions. Air Transat is also keen to highlight its health and safety program amid the restart. …