Loop News – Representatives from Bermuda met with Air Canada to discuss the possibility of the airline expanding its service.
The Bermudian delegation, which was led by Minister of Transport Wayne Furbert, visited the airline’s headquarters in Montreal for talks this week.
“The primary focus was to assess the priorities for Air Canada and explore opportunities to enhance air travel between the two destinations.
Notably, Air Canada has expressed optimism for the winter season, with the prediction of reaching pre-pandemic levels on the Bermuda route,” Furbert said in a statement issued by Government House.
“One of the key discussion points involved the potential for deploying larger aircraft more frequently from Toronto to Bermuda in the short term.
Air Canada acknowledged the promising signs of recovery in destinations, encompassing Latin America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda.”
He said Air Canada expressed its commitment to collaborating with the Bermuda Tourism Authority to promote the island as a preferred destination for Canadian visitors.
Furbert added both sides left the meeting “with a shared purpose to strengthen our collaboration and optimise air service offerings for residents and visitors from Canada”.
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