Air Canada has launched their first flight, flight AC8902, from Toronto Pearson to John F. Kennedy International Airport. Now that Air Canada flies to John F. Kennedy International Airport, it is the first and only Canadian airline to fly to all three of New York City's major airports. May 1 saw the beginning of flights to New York's LaGuardia Airport and the airline already had existing service to Newark Liberty International Airport.
Ben Smith, Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer at Air Canada, said that New York is a popular destination and they are pleased to offer three daily flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport and hourly flights to LaGuardia, as well as their service to Newark Liberty. Smith also said that the flights are timed so that passengers can easily connect to other domestic and international destinations from their Toronto hub. Air Canada Express is operating the new Toronto-JFK flights.
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