Air Transat updates A321neo LR European network in S19/S20

Air Transat in the last few weeks filed service changes for its planned Airbus A321neo LR aircraft for European service. As of 07APR19, planned A321neo LR service for summer 2019 season as follows.

Montreal – Basel/Mulhouse 17JUN19 – 04OCT19 2 weekly
Montreal – Bordeaux eff 17MAY19 3 weekly (4 weekly 26JUN19 – 18SEP19)
Montreal – Brussels One-time service on 19MAY19 and 17OCT19 (YUL departure)
Montreal – Lisbon eff 22JUN19 1 weekly (2 weekly 03JUL19 – 18SEP19; The airline originally filed A321neo LR service from 03MAY19, with no A321 operation during peak season)
Montreal – London Gatwick 11OCT19 – 18OCT19 1 weekly (Previously scheduled as 1 weekly from 19JUN19 to 18SEP19)
Montreal – Malaga eff 25SEP19 1 weekly
Montreal – Marseille 07OCT19 – 14OCT19 1 weekly (Previously scheduled in May and June 2019)
Montreal – Nantes eff 15MAY19 1 weekly (No A321neo LR service 13JUN19 – 24SEP19; 2nd weekly from 07OCT19. A321neo LR previously scheduled to serve this route from 06MAY19)
Montreal – Nice eff 23JUN19 3 weekly (2 weekly from 02OCT19; Previously scheduled from 02MAY19)
Montreal – Porto eff 23MAY19 3 weekly (2 weekly from 01OCT19; Previously scheduled from 04MAY19)
Toronto – Glasgow One-off service on 30OCT19
Toronto – London Gatwick 22OCT19 – 31OCT19 1 daily

From 01MAY20, summer 2020 season also sees A321neo LR operates following routes from Toronto. Note schedule is listed until 07MAY20 inclusive:
Toronto – Dublin
Toronto – Glasgow
Toronto – Paris CDG

Previously planned A321neo LR service from Quebec City – Paris CDG route from 03MAY19 has been cancelled. A310-300 will continue to serve this route. Planned one-time A321neo LR for Montreal – Toulouse in October 2019 is also cancelled.


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