Air Transat - Flight Guide Vancouver
Air Transat have 3 main hubs in Canada. The Vancouver International Airport is their hub for Western Canada flights. Air Transat fly from Vancouver to Europe during the Spring and Summer months and during the Winter months they fly to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.
Known for running promotions with the cheapest flights from Vancouver, Air Transat gets attention with their advertised low fares. The buisness model of Air Transat is flying to destinations during their peak times with full planes and this often leads to the best prices on airline tickets to their destinations.
Where Does Air Transat Fly From Vancouver?
Air Transat are an aggressive competitor with great deals on airfares to seasonal markets. Their flight schedule changes from the summer season to the winter season. You can fly with Air Transat from Vancouver to the following destinations:
Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS) Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) Glasgow, United Kingdom (GLA) London, United Kingdom (LGW and LON) Munich, Germany (MUC) Manchester, United Kingdom (MAN) Paris, France (CDG)
Mexico / Caribbean / Central America
Cancun, Mexico (CUN) Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR) Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD) Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ) Panama City, Panama (PTY) Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR) Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ) Varadero, Cuba (VRA)
About Air Transat
Air Transat, founded in 1987 is based in Montreal, Quebec and handles over 3 million passengers a year. Through their regularly scheduled flights and charter operations, they fly to over 60 destinations in 25 countries. They have a fleet of 18 aircraft, Airbus A330's and A310's. The company has over 2,000 employees.
Long a thorn in the side of Air Canada and WestJet, Air Transat with its cheap airline ticket pricing keeps the airfares down across the board on the routes that it flies.
With Air Transat you can get great deals on Multi-destination flights. For example, a promotion they were running in early 2011 was for a flight from Vancouver to Amsterdam and then returning to Vancouver from London. The airfare was cheap at only $349 return. They also do multi-destination trips within the UK. They advertised a flight from Vancouver to Glasgow, returning to Vancouver from Manchester for only $299 return. These are great airfares to book if you are going to be travelling through Europe and do not want to have to backtrack to your original destination. Most other airlines will stick it to you when you want to fly back from a different airport.