The Grenada Tourism Authority is kicking off the new year with the announcement of year-round services in collaboration with Air Canada, marking a "significant milestone" in enhancing accessibility to the picturesque tri-island state of Grenada.
Travellers can now enjoy continuous connectivity from Toronto Pearson (YYZ) to Maurice Bishop International (GND), breaking a four-year hiatus.
Available to book now, Air Canada will operate a new summer service once per week, specifically on Saturdays, starting from April 6th, 2024, and extending through October 31st, 2024.
The nonstop flights will depart from Toronto's Pearson at 9:35 a.m., landing in Grenada at 3:00 p.m. The return leg from Grenada will take off at 4:00 p.m. and arrive in Toronto at 9:40 p.m.
"We are excited to introduce year-round services in partnership with Air Canada, providing Canadian travelers more access to the unspoiled beauty of Grenada," stated Petra Roach, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, in a press release. "This expansion not only underscores our commitment to position Grenada as a premier vacation destination but also addresses the growing demand for tourism in our country. The return of year-round direct service by Air Canada to Grenada reflects a positive step in strengthening air transport relations between the airline and our nation, marking a pivotal moment in reinforcing the ties that bind our two regions."
Travellers can book now for a relaxing vacation or to enjoy some of the islands’ highly sought-after events, such as the annual Chocolate Festival in May and Spicemas in August, along with the unveiling of two new luxury hotels – Silversands Beach House and Six Senses La Sagesse.
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