The leading Canadian leisure airline Air Transat expects even better results on the seasonal service between Toronto and Zagreb this year.
After launching its seasonal direct flight between the two cities last summer and carrying around 5,000 passengers, Air Transat has decided to expand its operations from one to two flights a week in 2017. The air carrier has also announced that it will operate the flights until later on in the season.
"We've increased our capacity on the destination from one to two direct flights from Toronto for our summer 2017 season in order to offer our customers more flexibility in their choices of holiday duration and packages", said Debbie Cabana, the marketing director of Air Transat.
In addition, in its summer schedule 2017 the Canadian airline has announced beginning of the operations to Zagreb on the 30th of May; it will operate flights on Mondays until the 16th of October, whilst the second weekly flight will be operated on Wednesdays starting on the 18th of June until the 3rd of September.
Air Transat is Canada’s leading holiday travel airline which carries 3 million passengers to 63 destinations in 30 countries annually. The Canadian airline company was voted the Best North American Leisure Airline at the Skytrax annual World Airline Awards held in June 2015.