Air Transat will gradually return to its flights starting on July 23rd.
The air carrier montrealers, the announcement was made by press release, on Thursday morning.
The flights were suspended since 1 April this year because of the pandemic of COVID-19 that hits the planet.
Twenty-three international destinations will be offered from Montreal or Toronto. A program of domestic flights connecting major the two largest cities in the country, as well as Vancouver and Calgary will also be available. Flights from Quebec will not be undertaken, however, not.
In Europe, France, the United Kingdom, Greece, Italy and Portugal will be served. To the south, the United States, Mexico, the dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, will be accessible by Air Transat.
The carrier has indicated that sanitary measures have been put in place to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 among its clients.
“In compliance with the recommendations and requirements of the competent authorities, these measures will accompany the traveler throughout his travel experience : travel agency, airport, onboard, and up to destination,” said Annick Guérard, Chief operating officer of Transat.
If the demand is there and if certain restrictions are lifted, Air Transat could improve its number of flights for the months of September and October.
Customers who reserve seats will have more flexibility to cancel or change their tickets. They will be able to modify and change their date of departure, their destination or their package without charge up to 24 hours before their departure date. If they prefer to suspend their journey, they will be able to get a travel credit valid for a period of 12 months.