Air Canada Is Having A Seat Sale For Flights To Every Single Destination
Savings have landed! The current Air Canada sale is on flights to literally every single one of the airline's destinations. If you're worried about travelling right now because of the pandemic, you can book a trip for the middle of next year.
The airline's Great Escape sale includes cities in Canada, the U.S., the Caribbean, Europe, Asia and so many more places.
It ends on September 15 and you can book a flight from now all the way to June 30, 2021.
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Not only is this deal for all destinations, but it's also for all service classes.
So you don't have to buy an already expensive ticket in business class to get the savings, you can even get a deal on economy fares.
There are flexible booking options in case your travel plans change and it lets you make a one time change without having to pay a fee.
With all destinations having discounted flights with this sale, there are so many places to go.
You can fly roundtrip from Toronto to Dublin between November 25 and December 2 for $590.
A one-way flight to Cancun from Toronto on April 19, 2021, is $247.
You can go from Montreal to Paris roundtrip between May 11 and May 19, 2021, for $723.
A roundtrip flight between Vancouver and Hong Kong from October 28 to November 25 is only $528.
You could head down south to Bermuda from Toronto for $208 on April 5, 2021.
Or you can explore the U.S. by ringing in the new year in New York City with a flight there from Toronto on December 29 for $110.
A one-way flight from Montreal to Los Angeles will cost you $163 for takeoff on March 31, 2021.
If you want to travel within the country, you have lots of options there too.
A one-way flight from Vancouver to Toronto on November 23 is $212.
For $238 you can go from Montreal to Calgary on October 8.
Currently, you have to wear a mask or face covering before boarding and while on Air Canada flights.
If you refuse, you could be banned from travelling with the airline.