Air Canada has announced plans to resume daily nonstop service between Milwaukee and Toronto beginning July 1. The route had been suspended since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re happy to welcome Air Canada back to Milwaukee withnonstop service to Toronto, giving local travelers another reason to choose our hometown airport by flying from MKE,” Airport Director Brian Dranzik said. “Flying Air Canada to Toronto also provides another convenient connection point for flights to Europe, Asia, South America, and beyond.”
The service gives Milwaukee travelers a nonstop option to experience Toronto’s arts and culture scene as well as the breathtaking Niagara Falls area. The route is also expected to serve travelers booked on upcoming Great Lakes cruises, including on the new Viking Octantis, which will travel between Toronto and Milwaukee beginning this spring.
The flights will operate seven days per week on CRJ-200 aircraft. The route is one of 11 cities and 41 routes that Air Canada suspended across North America when the pandemic began.
Tickets are available now at aircanada.com or on the Air Canada mobile app. The route can also be booked through Air Canada’s Star Alliance partner, United Airlines.
- Milwaukee to Toronto 10:15 AM 12:43 PM
- Toronto to Milwaukee 9:00 AM 9:36 AM