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Air Canada is adding a new route designed to accommodate those who frequently travel between downtown Toronto and the nation’s capital.

As of Oct. 31, the company will add four return flights a day between Billy Bishop Airport and Ottawa International Airport.

These trips will increase to up to eight return trips daily between Toronto Island and Ottawa from the summer of 2022.

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“This new route is designed to meet customer demand in this highly-traveled market with a large business travel component and complement our newly revitalized Montreal-Toronto Island airport service,” Air Canada said in a news release Thursday.

The company says it currently operates five return trips daily between Toronto Island and Montreal.

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The Ottawa aircraft will be operated by the Air Canada Express Jazz and will include food and beverage.

See the initial schedule for the October 31 flights on the Air Canada website.


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