Air Canada routes suspended in 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on travel demand are returning.
Air Canada resumed non-stop flights from BWI Marshall Airport to Montreal on June 1, two weeks after resuming non-stop flights from BWI to Toronto.
Both routes were suspended in March 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on travel demand.
Air Canada currently operates two daily flights from BWI to Toronto, which will increase to three times a day starting July 1. The flight to Montreal is performed once a day.
Summer fares from BWI Marshall to Montreal range from $ 148 one way Air Canada website.
Air Canada and United Airlines operate flights from Dulles to Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa. Air Canada and American Airlines operate flights from Reagan National to Toronto and Montreal. The Delta also flies from Reagan to Montreal. All three fly from the DCA to Vancouver and Calgary.
Air Canada and United fly from DCA to Ottawa.
This year, BWI launched three new airlines, including PLAY and Icelandair in Reykjavik and Avelo Airlines in Hartford, Connecticut, Wilmington, North Carolina and Orlando.
Other airlines that resumed pandemic routes on BWI this year included British Airways and Condor.
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