Air Canada has restored daily nonstop service between Milwaukee and Toronto after a two-year hiatus.
The route between Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport had been suspended in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re very pleased to welcome back Air Canada and all the travelers who enjoy the popular Toronto route,” Mitchell Airport Director Brian Dranzik said. “Many people are traveling this summer for the first time in two years. This relaunched nonstop service gives travelers easy access to Canada’s largest city as well as nearby Niagara Falls.”
Through Air Canada’s Toronto Pearson primary global hub, travelers can also easily connect to other destinations across Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Dranzik noted.
Air Canada’s Milwaukee flights now 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.