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Air Canada resumes seasonal daily service between Mumbai and Toronto

Air Canada has resumed seasonal service between Mumbai and Toronto, now operating via London Heathrow until March 25, 2023. The flight is the airline’s third service from India, joining existing services from Delhi to Toronto and Montreal.

To mark the departure of Air Canada flight AC855, customers, guests, Air Canada staff and crew were joined by Consul General of Canada in Mumbai, Diedrah Kelly, Quebec Government Office in Mumbai, Francis Paradis, Ontario Government Representative in India, Digvijay Mehra, Consul and Sr. Trade Commissioner, Keith Kan, Air Canada CEO India, Arun Pandeya and Air Canada Head of Airports Operations India and Middle East Madhusudan Nair for a special gate celebration, ribbon cutting and cake cutting before departure to Mumbai.

“We are delighted to resume seasonal service between Mumbai and Toronto via London Heathrow,” said Arun Pandeya, CEO. Air Canada India. “Our customers in India will have greater travel options, with access to our Toronto hub from London Heathrow, and convenient one-stop connections to destinations across Canada, including Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver. Air Canada flights from Mumbai will also conveniently connect London Heathrow with flights from the United States operated by our Star Alliance member United Airlines, including Denver, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco, Washington and Boston.”

“Delighted to witness Air Canada’s launch of direct flights from Toronto to Mumbai (via Heathrow). Travel between Canada and India is made easier with daily flights between major cities in Canada and India. This new service adds to Air Canada’s existing flights from Delhi to Toronto and Montreal providing more options for travelers and enhancing bilateral Canada-India relations.” Diedrah Kelly, Consul General of Canada in Mumbai.

The service between Mumbai and Toronto via London-Heathrow will be operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, with customers having a choice of three service cabins, including Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class seats. Seats are now on sale at, the Air Canada app, Air Canada Contact Centers and travel agents.

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