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Air Canada Cutting Windsor To Montreal Route

Tuesday June 30th, 2020, 12:04pm


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Air Canada is discontinuing its Windsor to Montreal route as the airline announces structural changes to its domestic, regional flight network.

The company announced Tuesday the indefinite suspension of service on thirty routes across Canada and the closure of eight stations at regional airports.

“These structural changes to Air Canada’s domestic regional network are being made as a result of continuing weak demand for both business and leisure travel due to COVID-19 and provincial and federal government-imposed travel restrictions and border closures, which are diminishing prospects for a near-to-mid-term recovery,” the airline said in a statement.

Air Canada expects it will take a minimum of three years before the airline industry recovers in Canada and the company says they will be considering further service suspensions over the coming weeks.

The Windsor to Montreal route was announced in April 2018 and non-stop flights began July 2nd, 2018.  Flights were timed to offer connections to and from Atlantic Canada and Europe.

Routes Air Canada is cutting include:

Maritimes/Newfoundland and Labrador:

  • Deer Lake-Goose Bay;
  • Deer Lake-St. John’s;
  • Fredericton-Halifax;
  • Fredericton-Ottawa;
  • Moncton-Halifax;
  • Saint John-Halifax;
  • Charlottetown-Halifax;
  • Moncton-Ottawa;
  • Gander-Goose Bay;
  • Gander-St. John’s;
  • Bathurst-Montreal;
  • Wabush-Goose Bay;
  • Wabush-Sept-Iles;
  • Goose Bay-St. John’s.


  • Baie Comeau-Montreal;
  • Baie Comeau-Mont Joli;
  • Gaspé-Iles de la Madeleine;
  • Gaspé-Quebec City;
  • Sept-Iles-Quebec City;
  • Val d’Or-Montreal;
  • Mont Joli-Montreal;
  • Rouyn-Noranda-Val d’Or;
  • Kingston-Toronto;
  • London-Ottawa;
  • North Bay-Toronto
  • Windsor-Montreal

Western Canada:

  • Regina-Winnipeg;
  • Regina-Saskatoon;
  • Regina-Ottawa;
  • Saskatoon-Ottawa.

The company is closing stations at Bathurst (New Brunswick), Wabush (Newfoundland and Labrador), Gaspé (Quebec), Baie Comeau (Quebec), Mont Joli (Quebec), Val d’Or (Quebec), Kingston (Ontario), and North Bay (Ontario).

The company says affected customers will be contacted by Air Canada and offered options including alternative routings where available.

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