Air Canada has decided to launch a non-stop service to Dubai, the affluent Gulf nation, after 1 year, in November 2015. Air Canada will fly 3 flights in a week to this city and will be its first non-stop service to Dubai. This has come in the wake of the fact that Air Canada continues to develop on its international network as a part of its strategy. Air Canada makes use of codeshare agreement with Etihad to connect Toronto with Abu Dhabi. To reach Dubai it relies on services of other Star Alliance member Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Munich. This flight will cement the relations between the two countries. Boeing 787 is planned to be used with 3 cabin classes of flights.
Besides direct flight to Dubai, Air Canada is also planning to start its seasonal service to St. Kitts, popular for its leisure vacations. This will be a non-stop service between Toronto and Robert Bradshaw Airport. St. Kitts is world famous for its sunny weather during the winter, exotic beaches, wonderful gifts of nature, hospitable people and sleepy towns and villages.