April 28, 2009
Scottish travellers searching for a summer holiday bargain need look no further than Canadian Affair. Scotland’s largest tour operator to Canada commences its summer schedule this week with direct flights from Scotland to three Canadian cities starting from just £258 per person return, including taxes.
For summer 2009, the operator will offer a choice of eight weekly flights direct from Glasgow to Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary, and Edinburgh to Toronto. And, with a healthy exchange rate of CA$1.7 to £1 there has never been a better time to visit this amazing country.
In addition to low-cost flights, Canadian Affair offers child discounts – unlike many other operators – and can tailor-make high quality trips to include a wide-range of hotels, Rocky Mountaineer train tours, self-drive holidays, cruises, motor-homes, Escorted coach tours and much more at the most competitive prices.
The new summer 2009 schedule from Canadian Affair offers the following flights:
Glasgow to Toronto – from £258 return - 5 weekly flights departing each Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Glasgow to Vancouver – from £298 return - Weekly flight departing each Wednesday
Glasgow to Calgary – from £298 return - Weekly flight departing each Wednesday
Edinburgh to Toronto – from £278 return - Weekly flight departing each Wednesday
Flights are operated by Air Transat and Thomas Cook Airlines, offering the most generous economy legroom on a trans-Atlantic flight. The Boeing 757 aircraft has a seat pitch of 35 inches and the wide-body Airbus A330 and A310 aircraft have an Economy Class seat pitch of up to 33 inches as well as a premium cabin to upgrade to. Complimentary meals and hold baggage are offered on all flights.
For information and reservations, visit www.canadianaffair.com or call 020 7616 9999 or 0141 248 6777.