Air Transat Offers 50 Weekly Flights To 7 Of France's Largest Cities

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With nearly 50 direct flights a week from Canada to France and serving seven of France's largest cities, Air Transat makes visiting The Hexagon easy.

Non-stop Flights To Paris

Air Transat has boosted frequency on its year-round Montreal–Paris route, with two direct flights daily in high season (for a total of 14 direct flights weekly), and also offers service from Toronto (five direct flights per week), Vancouver (three direct flights per week), Quebec City (three direct flights per week) and Calgary (12 flights a week via Toronto or Montreal).

Travellers arriving at CDG who want to travel throughout the country can do so by the TGV AIR high-speed rail service, which connects to 18 cities in France as well as Brussels, Belgium.

TS Flies To 7 Major French Cities

Departing from Montreal, TS flies direct all summer long to seven of France’s largest cities: Paris, Marseille (five direct flights a week), Nantes (three direct flights a week), Bordeaux (four direct flights a week), Toulouse (four direct flights a week), Nice (three direct flights a week), and Lyon (five direct flights a week).

These destinations are also accessible via Toronto, Vancouver, Quebec City and Calgary with the carrier’s connecting flights program.

Destination: The Alps

Getting to Switzerland or Germany is a simple matter via Basel Mulhouse Airport, strategically located at the crossroads of the two countries and France: it’s the perfect destination for travellers who want to see everything.

Air Transat's Multi-Destination Feature for Europe

Air Transat offers the Europe multi-destination option, allowing passengers to land in one city and leave from another at no extra charge, expanding the available choice of itineraries through different combinations of arrival and departure cities, such as Paris and Marseille, Bordeaux and Lyon, or Nantes and Toulouse.



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