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Air Canada routes: Where does Air Canada fly?

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With international destinations starting to reopen around the world, you might be wondering what destinations you can fly to with Air Canada in 2021. As Canada’s leading airline, Air Canada offers a number of flights to destinations within Canada and across the globe, taking travellers where they need to go.

Here is our guide to Air Canada routes from the major airport hubs in Canada, so you can start planning your next getaway for when it’s safe to travel again!

Why fly Air Canada?

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline and provider of passenger services in the Canadian travel market. In 2019, Air Canada carried a record 51.5 million passengers to more than 220 destinations on six continents.

Air Canada is the only international network carrier in North America to receive a Four-Star ranking according to independent UK research firm Skytrax, which also named Air Canada the 2018 Best Airline in North America for the third year in a row. Other accolades that Air Canada has been awarded include: World’s Best Business Class Lounge Dining, Best Airline Staff in Canada, Best Business Class in North America, and Best Airline Cabin Cleanliness in North America.

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Air Canada flight routes

Where does Air Canada fly?

Wondering which destinations Air Canada is flying to in 2021? Air Canada’s coverage extends worldwide to various cities across Canada, the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Although many of Air Canada’s flight routes were temporarily cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the airline has resumed a number of its domestic and international routes and has added new ones to its flight schedule for 2021.

Please note that this article on Air Canada flight routes is not inclusive of all Air Canada’s destinations. Always check the official company website for the most up-to-date information.

Air Canada domestic flight routes

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Fly from Toronto to a number of international destinations with Air Canada

Find out where Air Canada flies with this list of domestic flight routes in Canada. These are not exhaustive lists of Air Canada’s coverage but give an all-around look to some of the common and cheapest routes from popular cities in Canada. Check Air Canada’s domestic flight page for a full overview of where they fly in Canada. 


Hamilton, ON – Edmonton
Kingston, ON – Vancouver
London, ON – Thunder Bay
North Bay – Vancouver
Ottawa – Calgary
Ottawa – Edmonton
Ottawa – Québec
Ottawa – Victoria
Sudbury – Calgary
Sarnia – Calgary
Sault Ste. Marie – Vancouver
Timmins – Calgary
Thunder Bay – Québec
Toronto – Calgary
Toronto – Edmonton
Toronto – Grand Prairie
Toronto – Kelowna
Toronto – Montreal
Windsor, ON – Montreal

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Alberta and Northwest Territories

Calgary – Edmonton
Calgary – Kingston
Calgary – Toronto
Calgary – Vancouver
Red Deer – Fort McMurray
Edmonton – Halifax

Edmonton – Kingston
Edmonton – Montreal
Edmonton – Ottawa
Fort McMurray – Regina
Grande Prairie – Fort McMurray
Medicine Hat – Edmonton
Yellowknife – Vancouver

British Columbia and Yukon

Vancouver – Prince Rupert
Vancouver – Fort St John
Vancouver – Toronto
Vancouver Island – Montreal
Vancouver Island – Ottawa
Vancouver Island – Toronto
Vancouver Island – Vancouver
Abbotsford – Calgary
Kelowna – Nanaimo
Nanaimo – Ottawa
Victoria – Kelowna
Prince George – Vancouver
Kamloops – Calgary
Whitehorse – Calgary

Quebec and Atlantic Canada

Montreal – Calgary
Montreal – Toronto
Québec – Montreal
Halifax – Calgary
Charlottetown – Halifax
Moncton – Vancouver
Fredericton – Calgary
St. John’s – Edmonton

Planning a trip out east? Check out this guide of amazing things to do in Atlantic Canada to inspire your trip!

International Air Canada routes

Air Canada’s coverage extends worldwide to various cities in the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The airline’s network extends around the world by offering customers flights on a codeshare basis with its Star Alliance partners.

Below are the most popular and current Air Canada routes in 2021 with the best fares. Please note that these are not exhaustive lists of Air Canada’s international routes but give an all-around look at some of the common and cheapest Air Canada routes from Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, and Ottawa.

Air Canada current routes: international destinations

RegionDestination Cities
Fort Lauderdale
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
New York
San Francisco
Washington D.C.
MexicoCancun (resuming June 26)
Mexico City
Puerto Vallarta (resuming August 1)
South AmericaBogota
Sao Paulo (resuming August 2)
Bermuda (resuming August 7)
Cayo Coco (resuming July 3)
Montego Bay (resuming July 4)
Nassau (resuming July 3)
Punta Cana (resuming June 26)
Varadero (resuming July 4)
Europe and AfricaAthens
United Kingdom
Lisbon (resuming July 2)
Rome (resuming July 3)
Asia Delhi (resuming July 29)
Hong Kong
Middle East Cairo (resuming June 17)
Tel Aviv

Check all Air Canada international flight routes during Covid-19 here.

Air Canada flights from Toronto

RegionDestination Cities
USFort Lauderdale
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Mexico City
Asia Shanghai
Hong Kong
New Delhi

Air Canada international flights from Montreal

RegionDestination Cities
USFort Lauderdale
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
New York
San Francisco
Mexico and CaribbeanBridgetown
Mexico City
Punta Cana
Europe Paris

Air Canada international flights from Vancouver

RegionDestination Cities
Hong Kong
Las Vegas
San Francisco
Mexico and CaribbeanCancun
Mexico City
Puerto Vallarta
Europe London

Air Canada international flights from Ottawa

RegionDestination Cities
USFort Lauderdale
Los Angeles
Las Vegas
Mexico and CaribbeanCancun

Flying with Air Canada? Stay informed (and save yourself from any surprises on excess baggage fees) by checking Air Canada’s 2021 baggage policy before packing your bags and heading to the airport.

Where does Air Canada fly? FAQs

What destinations does Air Canada fly to?

Air Canada’s coverage extends worldwide to various cities across Canada, the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

How many destinations does Air Canada serve?

Air Canada served more than 220 destinations on six continents in 2019. Many of Air Canada’s routes were cancelled or suspended due to Covid-19 but are beginning to resume in 2021.

Where does Air Canada fly to in Ontario?

Air Canada flies to several destinations in Ontario including Toronto, Ottawa, London, Hamilton, Kingston, Sarnia, Sudbury, Timmins, Windsor, North Bay, Thunder Bay, and Sault Ste Marie.

Does Air Canada fly to Europe?

Yes, Air Canada flies to many popular destinations in Europe including Athens, Brussels, Frankfurt, the United Kingdom, Paris, Lisbon, and Rome.

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Disclaimer: Information correct as of June 10th, 2021, obtained from Always check the latest guidance on Air Canada’s website before booking your trip.