Did you know that Air Canada offers more daily flights between Toronto and Montreal or Ottawa than any other carrier?
Hourly departures - As early as 5:30am and as late as 00:30am
Departures every 30 minutes - During peak travel times (morning and afternoon)
30 flights every business day - Between Montreal and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport*(Toronto Island Airport).
46 daily flights - Between Montreal and Toronto Pearson International
On flights between Toronto Pearson International and Montreal or Ottawa, you’ll experience the ultimate in in-flight comfort and convenience with Air Canada's fully equipped cabin interiors:
Personal 8.9-inch touch-screen TV
Hundreds of hours of top-rated entertainment
Complimentary newspapers, snacks and beverages on board
In-seat power for your laptop
USB port for game controllers
Single-pin audio jack for your own headset
Flights between Montreal and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport are serviced with quiet, fuel-efficient 74-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft and feature leather seats.
Contact your UNIGLOBE Travel Counsellor and book your next trip onboard Air Canada
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Marriott Cancellation Policy Loses Flexibility for Business Travellers
Business travellers often experience last minute travel changes and cancellations, often due to circumstances out of their control. For business travellers staying at Marriott, expect a penalty for not-so-last-minute changes. The chain’s previous cancellation policy required a 24-hour notice to avoid additional charges.
Late last year, Marriott announced an update to the hotel chain’s cancellation policy. The hotel chain will now require a 48-hour cancellation notice to avoid any room charges. Hotels in United States, Canada, Caribbean and Latin America are included in this policy update. The new Marriott cancellation policy will also apply to Starwood hotels, which Marriott acquired in 2016.
Marriott explained that the change will help out customers seeking reservations on short notice, adding that hotels with a one-day policy were left with “a significant number of unsold rooms” due to last-minute cancellations.
Marriott International has a large portfolio of hotels includes W Hotels, St. Regis, Westin, Sheraton and Courtyard hotels, in addition to many others. This new policy does not apply to Design Hotels, which are independently owned, and Marriott Vacation Worldwide hotels. Your UNIGLOBE Travel Counsellor will always advise you of the cancellation policy prior to you booking your next hotel stay.
Flying to Calgary?
Try out the new WestJet Dreamliner in Business Class
Start your journey with domestic lounge access in Toronto and Calgary as well as priority check-in, boarding and baggage.
On-board service in Business
Hot towel service
Pillow and blanket
Restaurant style dining: appetizer, crackers and cheese, choice of two main courses and dessert
Selection of red and white wines
Large touch screen seatback monitors
Active noise-cancelling headphones
Section of movies, tv episodes, music channels, games and magazines
Internet access (for a fee)
USB power and AC power outlets
WS0655 Toronto to Calgary 9:00am departure starting Feb 20/19
WS0670 Toronto to Calgary 1:30pm departure starting Feb 20/19
WS0662 Calgary to Toronto 10:00am departure starting April 8/19
WS0669 Calgary to Toronto 7:00pm departure starting April 8/19
Call your UNIGLOBE Travel Counsellor and book your Dreamliner flight return to Calgary!