Canada’s Air Transat will resume flying on 23 July, re-launching some UK services.
Flights between Toronto and Gatwick will operate three times a week, with Toronto to Manchester and Glasgow twice a week. Domestic services between Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver will also recommence.
New ticket sales are changeable at no charge up to 24 hours before departure. Those who cancel will receive a credit note valid for 12 months.
Annick Guerard, chief operating officer said: “We will gradually operate a flight schedule with 23 international routes to Europe, the South and the United States, in addition to a domestic flight schedule between major Canadian cities.
“To address the concerns caused by COVID-19 and to prioritise the safety of our customers and employees, we will be implementing new health measures as part of our Traveller Care programme.”
The reduced flying programme means services to Dublin will not operate this summer season and all services from Vancouver to Europe will remain suspended. Credit notes for these flights will remain valid for two years of the original return date.