Air Canada increasing summer capacity at YQR and upgrading Montreal to non-stop service

December 14, 2023

The Regina Airport Authority is thrilled to share that Air Canada will be increasing summer capacity in 2024, peaking at 4 flights a day to Toronto, 3 flights a day to Vancouver, and introducing round-trip, non-stop daily service to Montreal for the first time.

“We are very pleased to increase services from Regina into Air Canada’s hub airports for the summer 2024 season which includes standalone, non-stop flights between Regina and Montreal and an additional flight to Toronto. With up to eight daily round-trip flights representing 1,900 seats every day with Air Canada to Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, access to more than 180 destinations throughout North America and globally are one convenient flight away. Whether conducting business, reconnecting with friends and family, exploring another part of the world or welcoming others to Regina, customers can make their 2024 travel plans now. We look forward to welcoming you onboard,” said Alexandre Lefevre, Vice President, Network Planning – North America at Air Canada.

Destination Summer 2024 Peak Frequency Start Date
Toronto, ON 4x/day – up from 3x/day in summer 2023 Year-Round
Vancouver, BC 3x/day Year-Round
Montreal, QC 1x/day – now non-stop both ways June 1st, 2024

“Air Canada is the only airline that offers our community year-round, non-stop daily service to Toronto and Vancouver, and they are an invaluable partner to southern Saskatchewan,” said Justin Reves, Director of Revenue Development, Public Relations, and Customer Experience, “Adding Montreal in the summer offers not just an incredible city in Canada to explore, but also a gateway to many unique destinations in Europe. Having up to 8 flights and nearly 2,000 seats a day to and from Air Canada’s global hubs means incredible options in 2 flights or less for residents and visitors alike.”

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Justin Reves, Director, Revenue Development, Public Relations, and Customer Experience
Regina Airport Authority

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