Air Transat to set to resume from Gatwick Airport

Air Transat A321LR at Gatwick Airport (Image: Gatwick Airport Limited)
Air Transat A321LR at Gatwick Airport (Image: Gatwick Airport Limited)

Canadian airline Air Transat (TS/TSC) will resume flights from London Gatwick Airport (LGW/EGKK) tomorrow following a prolonged grounding due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Flights betwen London Gatwick in Toronto will get undewway again tomorrow using the airlines brand new Airbus A321neoLR aircraft.

The news is welcome for London Gatwick which is still reeling from the loss of Virgin Atlantic and British Airways.

Air Transat is Canada’s third-largest airline and connects Gatwick with Toronto three-times-per-week from Thursday 23rd July.

According to the Air Transat website, seasonal services to Montreal resume on 24th July.

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