Air Canada restores South Pacific flights

©Air Canada strategically expands its South Pacific network

Air Canada has announced a strategic expansion of its South Pacific schedule with the return of daily service to Sydney and resumption of services to both Brisbane and Auckland.  Air Canada’s Australia and New Zealand flights operate from its trans-Pacific hub at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) which the carrier has built to conveniently connect its international network to its vast North American network.

“Air Canada resuming service from Vancouver to Australia and New Zealand as part of its continued network expansion at YVR is incredibly exciting and marks another step forward as we move through the pandemic,” said Mike McNaney, Vice President & Chief External Affairs Officer at Vancouver Airport Authority. “We know Canadians are eager to travel to the South Pacific and reunite with family and friends after nearly two years of border restrictions. We’re looking forward to these flights to Brisbane and Auckland taking off from YVR in July and November, respectively.”

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