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Air Transat Connects Athens with Direct Flights to and from Canada

Photo source: Air Transat

Photo source: Air Transat

Air Transat, Canada’s leisure carrier, has restarted its seasonal service to Athens from both Montreal and Toronto airports until October.

The airline will operate the flights with an Airbus 330-200 that features more than 330 seats in both Club Class and Economy Class.

“We are glad to resume our flights between Greece and Canada. We know that whether travelers are going on vacation or catching up with loved ones, they really appreciate the ease of flying direct to their final destination, especially on board our modern fleet and through our world-renowned flying experience,” Joseph Adamo, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Air Transat said.

Air Transat non-stop flights from Athens to Montreal and Toronto will provide Greek customers with a direct link to Canada and beyond.

The Canadian airline is represented in Greece and Cyprus by GSA Discover the World.

Dino Frantzeskakis, Discover Country Director for Greece and Cyprus said: “Air Transat, the World’s Best Leisure Airline in 2021 with direct flights to major Canadian cities Montreal and Toronto, offers an outstanding quality option to all market segments in Greece and Cyprus to visit and explore the world’s friendliest destination, Canada. Greek Canadians will be able to seamlessly visit their relatives in both Greece and Canada, flying non-stop from Athens International airport.”

Named World’s Best Leisure Airline at the Skytrax World Airline Awards, Air Transat is committed to making flights safe, comfortable and hassle-free providing the total quality travel experience to all passengers.

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