If you’re flying to New York, there is a better way to get there that avoids the lengthy queues in Los Angeles and gives you a big choice of flights into all three major New York airports - Air Canada.
Voted the best airline in North America for the past three consecutive years, Air Canada has announced that beginning on May 3 2012 for the Northern Hemisphere summer, it will operate up to 38 non-stop return flights a day to New York City and serve JFK, LaGuardia and Newark airports.
For travellers from Australia, Vancouver is a really convenient gateway to North America as you simply clear US Customs there and continue on your journey to the United States.
“New York has always been a popular destination for Australians and, depending on which location you are staying in the Big Apple, having a choice of airport gives great flexibility and can also make a world of difference to the cab fare and the time it takes to get in and out of the city,” said Jeannie Foster, general manager, Air Canada Australia & NZ.
Air Canada has daily direct flights from Sydney to Toronto (via Vancouver) and then onto New York, as well as 57 other destinations around the United States, 58 in Canada as well as destinations including around the Caribbean (including Cuba), Mexico, South America, and Europe.
* For the third year in a row, Air Canada was voted the “Best Airline in North America” by the readers of Global Traveler magazine in an international survey of frequent business travellers in 2011 and also “Best International Airline in North America” in the 2011 World Airline Awards conducted by independent research firm Skytrax, in its worldwide survey of more than 18 million travellers.
Tuesday, 7 February 2012
Travelling to New York? The best airline in North America* - Air Canada is the only airline to fly into all three major airports with up to 38 return flights a day
Source = Air Canada