May 11, 2010
Canadian Affair is launching its programme of summer flights direct from the South West next week (19th May) with fares from Exeter to Toronto from £469pp return including taxes inc.
The award-winning operator is offering a weekly service from Exeter to Toronto, departing every Wednesday at 9.30am. Return flights from Toronto arrive into Exeter every Wednesday at 7.30am.
Kathryn Munro, Communication and Marketing Director of Canadian Affair, says: “Our combination of low fares and direct non-stop flights to Canada are proving incredibly popular with travellers from the South West, and bookings for this summer’s flights are strong.”
Canadian Affair’s flights from Exeter to Toronto are operated by Air Transat, with 2010 being the airline’s 17th successive year of flights from the South West. Its wide-bodied Airbus A310 aircraft have a generous Economy Class legroom of 32 inches – more than offered by British Airways on their flights from London Heathrow to Canada. Complimentary meals, a glass of wine with dinner and soft drinks and generous hold baggage allowances are offered on all flights.
Passengers can upgrade to Club Class from as little as £144 one way and receive a host of added extras such as greater legroom, extra wide seat, four-course meal with choice of wines, a complimentary bar service, dedicated check-in, increased baggage allowances and much more.
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.
A six night break in Toronto costs from £699 per person, with six nights accommodation at the 4-star Sheraton Centre downtown Toronto (twin share, room only) and return Economy Class flights non-stop from Exeter.
For information and reservations, visit www.canadianaffair.com or call 020 7616 9933 or 0141 223 7515.