Air Canada announced on September 28 new non-stop services to begin next summer from Toronto and Montreal, including three new destinations in its global network: Bucharest, Zagreb and Porto, and a new route between Montreal and Lisbon.
In addition, the airline will enhance existing year-round service between Montreal and Casablanca by transferring the route to Air Canada mainline from Air Canada Rouge.
Air Canada will also be starting non-stop service to Buenos Aires from Toronto, which today is served through a one-stop service via Santiago. Air Canada will continue to service Santiago with its non-stop service from Toronto. Its Montreal-Lima service will be extended to year-round.
Air Canada has already announced several new non-stop international services beginning in June for Summer 2018. These include Vancouver-Paris, Vancouver-Zurich, Toronto-Shannon, Montreal-Tokyo-Narita and Montreal-Dublin. As well, a new Vancouver-Melbourne service beginning in December, 2017, originally planned as seasonal, will operate year-round effective June, 2018.
Flights to Zagreb will start on June 2 and operate until October 6. The flight AC1968 will depart from Toronto at 16:55 and land the next day in Zagreb at 7:30. Return flight will depart at 9:15 and arrive to Toronto at 12:40 local time.
— Air Canada