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Air Canada with E-Bookers-London to Canada return from £319

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Exclusive flight deals with Air Canada Take advantage of these outstanding exclusive flight offers to Canada.You won't find these fares anywhere else in the market! But hurry - offers are limited a…
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Exclusive flight deals with Air Canada

Take advantage of these outstanding exclusive flight offers to Canada.You won't find these fares anywhere else in the market! But hurry - offers are limited and must be booked by 14 May 2009

London (LHR) Toronto (YYZ) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £319.00

London (LHR) Montreal (YUL) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £321.00

London (LHR) Ottawa (YOW) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £333.00

London (LHR) St Johns (YYT) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £378.00

London (LHR) Winnipeg (YWG) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £471.00

London (LHR) Calgary (YYC) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £485.00

London (LHR) Vancouver (YVR) 7 May 2009 to 17 Jun 2009 Air Canada £492.00
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#1
Great prices here, surely among the best on the net with destination as Canada. .
#2
voted cold, if you're after cheap fares visit airtransat.co.uk; their normal fares beat air canada's 'special' offers.

I found the following there:

Instant Purchase Flights

Fri 08 May 2009 10:25 Fri 08 May 2009 12:10 TCX 24K Non-Stop Airbus A330

Return flight from Vancouver to Manchester

Fri 15 May 2009 14:10 Sat 16 May 2009 07:25 TCX 24L Non-Stop Airbus A330

Number Of Adults : 1 Children : 0 Infants : 0





Price Breakdown

Total Price for booking (click to see full price details) GBP 303.00

Description Quantity Price Total
FLIGHT PRICE 1 GBP 79.00 GBP 79.00
AIRPORT TAX & SURCHARGES 1 GBP 219.00 GBP 219.00
LATE BOOKING FEE 1 GBP 5.00 GBP 5.00
#3
Worth the extra few bob I think....Air Transat are one of the most uncomfortable airlines I have ever flown with. And Air Canada still give out free drinks methinks...
#4
I fly saturday and I my flights for £526 ofr the both of us and this is going through thompson and it non stop



mr_funkie
voted cold, if you're after cheap fares visit airtransat.co.uk; their normal fares beat air canada's 'special' offers.

I found the following there:

Instant Purchase Flights

Fri 08 May 2009 10:25 Fri 08 May 2009 12:10 TCX 24K Non-Stop Airbus A330

Return flight from Vancouver to Manchester

Fri 15 May 2009 14:10 Sat 16 May 2009 07:25 TCX 24L Non-Stop Airbus A330

Number Of Adults : 1 Children : 0 Infants : 0





Price Breakdown

Total Price for booking (click to see full price details) GBP 303.00

Description Quantity Price Total
FLIGHT PRICE 1 GBP 79.00 GBP 79.00
AIRPORT TAX & SURCHARGES 1 GBP 219.00 GBP 219.00
LATE BOOKING FEE 1 GBP 5.00 GBP 5.00
#5
The potential problem with Transat, Thomas Cook, Thompson etc is that their luggage allowance is less than half that of Air Canada. They allow 20kg whereas AC allows 23kg x 2.

Thanks for the post OP, H&R added.
#6
It's always worth checking here first for cheap flights to Canada.

http://www.canadianaffair.com/

I know the prices you've quoted are OK considering it's peak season, but they aren't anything spectacular imo - Toronto has always been one of the cheapest Canadian destinations.
#7
as flights to CDN are normally quite expensive compared to the US, what i usually do is fly in cheap to new york for around £240'ish pick up a hire car at JFK airport, stay in the NY area for 2-3 days then drive upto Toronto (where I have family). The drive is about 7-8 hours thru New Jersey and New York State straight upto the border at Buffalo. If there are 3-5 of you (friends) you can split the cost of car hire and gas at approx. $2.45 per gal. plus the nice scenic drive. from what i remeber there are only 2 toll charges and both under $6.
#8
BTW how is the flight to Vancouver at £492 a good deal?? I know it's on the west coast of Canada but still, come on you can get to LA or San Francisco which are on the same side and direction for much less.
#9
after a friends recent experience (about 2 weeks ago) with air canada i wouldnt touch them with a bargepole.....lost her luggage for 4 days and gave her nothing so she had to buy her own clothes, etc...terrible airline
prob is she isnt one to kick up a fuss, but then again she shouldnt have to!
#10
Cold...

Move on, nothing to see here... :-)
#11
azzy129
as flights to CDN are normally quite expensive compared to the US, what i usually do is fly in cheap to new york for around £240'ish pick up a hire car at JFK airport, stay in the NY area for 2-3 days then drive upto Toronto (where I have family). The drive is about 7-8 hours thru New Jersey and New York State straight upto the border at Buffalo. If there are 3-5 of you (friends) you can split the cost of car hire and gas at approx. $2.45 per gal. plus the nice scenic drive. from what i remeber there are only 2 toll charges and both under $6.


Not really worth it to me wasting a few days and driving 8 hours to save 80quid but each to their own.

BA is worth keeping an eye on as they often fly for about 330 to Toronto and Montreal.
#12
This may be a good deal but I flew to Montreal this time last year for £295 - which was pretty standard and booked just a fortnight before departure.
#13
I fly back to Canada (Toronto) 3 days before Christmas, and stay for about 6 days. What's the cheapest I can get if I book now (luggage not important as I don't have anything to pack).

Ideally direct, but not necessary.
I live near Norwich, but will take a train somewhere else if necessary.

Can anyone help me find cheap flights? Thanks!
#14
I haven't flown with Air Canada but I have with Air Transat through Canadian Affair.
Staff were great and friendly I can't say there was excessive legroom but I'm not quite 6 foot so it did me. Yes, you have to pay for drinks but if you drunk the difference in price I think they would divert the flight to get the drunkard off! My 3 kids were treated really well by the staff. The only problem we had was in all the commotion picking up our baggage. We forgot the buggy went through with oversized stuff and got to the airport exit before we realised it was missing. Staff at the airport couldn't find contact nos. for Air Transat so told us they had all gone home and couldn't help. Eventually an airside security guard heard and found it.
Even if luggage allowance isn't as good how much extra would you pay for "going over?"
Oh if anyone is thinking of flying to the U.S and catching another flight onwards be warned that we my pregnant wife and I were among 30 people locked in a small room with coffee and sweet vending machines for 8 hours at Charlotte airport waiting for our onward flight. Thats what happens if you dare not stopping to visit. Couldn't even lie across the seats to sleep as they all had fixed arms, I reckon Guantanamo inmates were treated better.
#15
sheenamc2
Worth the extra few bob I think....Air Transat are one of the most uncomfortable airlines I have ever flown with. And Air Canada still give out free drinks methinks...


I vowed never to fly Air Transhat ever again. Our daughter - under 2 - didn't get any weight allowance and the three of us had a combined total of 50kg (5 kg carry-on, 20 kg luggage each) ... our next flight with Air Canada, we have about 60 kg EACH! including my daughter.

It may cost a bit more for AirCan, but considering how chintzy AT were and how unconfortable the plane was, it's a no brainer.
1 Like #16
if you child is a infant and sits on your lap you wouldnt get a weight allowance
#17
BY188B
if you child is a infant and sits on your lap you wouldnt get a weight allowance


agreed - infants have never had any luggage allowance on any airline - plenty other reasons to avoid AirTransat - but not this one!
#18
Think this is a good price for a scheduled airline. I travel to Canada on an annual basis and have used both schedule and charter airlines over the past decade and found Air Canada to be very good. Of course with any airline there are horror stories , bad service , lost luggage etc etc. I personally would not fly AIr Transat again but just my opinion.

I have booked a family trip to fly with Thomas Cook later in Summer, mainly due to cost. Up side very good fare at the time of booking, 7 hour direct flights from Manchester ( having to transfer takes flight time to at least ten hours). Downside 20kg luggage allowance (compared to 2 x 25kg bags with schedule airline per person) extra charge to pre book seats and will have to pay for a few extras on board.

If I could have got Air canada for the price I paid I would have opted for Air Canada

Saying all that, as long as the plane is safe that is my main concern.
#19
I am visiting Vancouver in September. I too found prices for flights in Canada very expensive. I got flights with BA (In their sale) to Seattle from where I will take an Amtrak train taking 3hrs 55 minutes (Coach also available) to Vancouver which cost a total of $86 for 2 people in business class seats.
#20
Great prices, particularly the Toronto flight.

And you don't often see direct flights to Vancouver for under £500.

Air Canada is a reasonable airline, in my experience. Take some snacks with you as you will get hungry and take plenty of things to occupy you, as in-flight entertainment can be poor. Last time I flew with them, they were still giving out free drinks :)
#21
c00li0
Not really worth it to me wasting a few days and driving 8 hours to save 80quid but each to their own.

BA is worth keeping an eye on as they often fly for about 330 to Toronto and Montreal.


You obviously are not adventurous and don't like to explore things/places while abroad. With my suggestion you don't have to spend 2 or 3 days in the New York area, it's just something I do. Also you're probably one of those ppl who gets bored in a car after 1 hour and start babbling "are we there yet"??

As you say each to their own.
Also I did say my suggestion is more worthwhile and interesting if there are more than 3 of you.
#22
tony5101
agreed - infants have never had any luggage allowance on any airline - plenty other reasons to avoid AirTransat - but not this one!


Sorry but you're wrong, AC allows 2 bags for an infant even if they are on your lap and not occupying a seat.
#23
Help me with my problem please... someone?
#24
azzy129
as flights to CDN are normally quite expensive compared to the US, what i usually do is fly in cheap to new york for around £240'ish pick up a hire car at JFK airport, stay in the NY area for 2-3 days then drive upto Toronto (where I have family). The drive is about 7-8 hours thru New Jersey and New York State straight upto the border at Buffalo. If there are 3-5 of you (friends) you can split the cost of car hire and gas at approx. $2.45 per gal. plus the nice scenic drive. from what i remeber there are only 2 toll charges and both under $6.


You can take the Amtrak upto Montreal from Penn station in NY , its 10 hours but goes through the Addirondacks and is some of the most amazing scenary and costs about £40 each way!
#25
moe922
Help me with my problem please... someone?


Try Kayak.com. Enter flight details and it return a graph of flight prices and how they are comparing over the last few months, so you can see the trend in the prices. They also have a facility for flight fare alerts via e-mail.
#26
steviewire
Try Kayak.com. Enter flight details and it return a graph of flight prices and how they are comparing over the last few months, so you can see the trend in the prices. They also have a facility for flight fare alerts via e-mail.


Thanks stevie! I'll give that a try!
#27
Agreed ive recently booked with Transat and ive found it much cheaper
#28
chocolate_lover
The potential problem with Transat, Thomas Cook, Thompson etc is that their luggage allowance is less than half that of Air Canada. They allow 20kg whereas AC allows 23kg x 2.

Thanks for the post OP, H&R added.


I think not - just got this off Canadian affair

[SIZE="2"]Baggage allowance - 20Kg plus 5Kg hand luggage is permitted per paying passenger. [/SIZE]
#29
liamf12
I haven't flown with Air Canada but I have with Air Transat through Canadian Affair.
Staff were great and friendly I can't say there was excessive legroom but I'm not quite 6 foot so it did me. Yes, you have to pay for drinks but if you drunk the difference in price I think they would divert the flight to get the drunkard off! My 3 kids were treated really well by the staff. The only problem we had was in all the commotion picking up our baggage. We forgot the buggy went through with oversized stuff and got to the airport exit before we realised it was missing. Staff at the airport couldn't find contact nos. for Air Transat so told us they had all gone home and couldn't help. Eventually an airside security guard heard and found it.
Even if luggage allowance isn't as good how much extra would you pay for "going over?"
Oh if anyone is thinking of flying to the U.S and catching another flight onwards be warned that we my pregnant wife and I were among 30 people locked in a small room with coffee and sweet vending machines for 8 hours at Charlotte airport waiting for our onward flight. Thats what happens if you dare not stopping to visit. Couldn't even lie across the seats to sleep as they all had fixed arms, I reckon Guantanamo inmates were treated better.


Ahhh the old adage of you get what you pay for......

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