Air Canada next spring plans to launch new routes from Toronto to both Istanbul and Seoul. - Business Travel News

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November 29, 2012 - 12:10 PM ET

Air Canada next spring plans to launch new routes from Toronto to both Istanbul and Seoul. Set for June 2013, the three weekly flights to both cities are part of the carrier's broader plans to boost service to Asia. New services also would include two additional weekly flights between Calgary and Tokyo Narita, bringing the frequency to daily, effective in May, and three additional weekly Toronto-Beijing flights, bringing the total to 10, effective in June.

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