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Air Canada & United to Offer New Summer Routes To & From Canada

The two carriers will be offering a combined 260 daily flights to & from the US/Canada and an additional 2 routes as well. The new routes will be split, one operated by United & one by Air Canada. Air Canada will take the Dulles (IAD)-Vancouver (VYR) route, and United will take the Dulles (IAD)-Calgary (YYC) route. The two new routes weren't the only announcement; the two airlines will offer a "shuttle" between hubs. Those hubs are: Toronto (YYZ), Vancouver (YVR), Chicago (ORD), Newark (EWR), and San Francisco (SFO), with one of the three routes (EWR-YYZ) seeing 16 daily flights. Houston (IAH) and Los Angeles (LAX) are also being added as route options, all of which will operate into Vancouver.


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