“We are very excited to provide our customers with easy access to another jewel of European culture. Amsterdam joins 18 other destinations to explore from Montreal,” said Joseph Adamo, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Transat. “The Netherlands is a fascinating destination, both steeped in history and forward-looking, and known for its efforts to be environmentally responsible. Air Transat highlights this experience with the Airbus A321neoLR, the greenest aircraft in its class.”
“ADM Aéroports de Montréal is delighted to see its partner Air Transat enrich the service offer of YUL, our major international airport, Montréal-Trudeau. Amsterdam is not only a fascinating city to visit, whose charm will enchant Quebec travelers, but it also shares with Montreal a common mission of developing sustainable tourism. In this sense, we are also delighted that the fuel-efficient Airbus A321neoLR has been selected for this route,” said Stéphane Lapierre, Vice President, Airport Operations and Air Services Development at ADM.
“What a pleasure it is to see the Air Transat star back on our tarmac after an absence of over two years,” said Marcel Lekkerkerk, Director, Airline Partnerships, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. “We are delighted that Air Transat is flying an Airbus A321neoLR on its two routes between Canada and the Netherlands, to Toronto and Montreal.”