Air Canada is a popular international airline, carrying millions of passengers to Canada from countries around the world each year. But as well as international flights to Canada, the airline also operates an extensive domestic network, flying to all major Canadian cities and helping travellers explore some of the most breathtaking sights that the vast and diverse country has to offer. Because if you really want to explore all that Canada has to offer, you’ll want to pack in more than one city when you visit.
No matter which Canadian city you fly to, nor which combination of cities you choose to visit — whether that's Toronto and Calgary, or Toronto and Montreal, etc — Alternative Airlines can help. This guide explains how our ‘multi-city’ booking tool can help you to easily search and book all of your Air Canada flights in one place.
Use the search form to find and book flights to Canada, then onwards to and between the country’s top cities with Air Canada.
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Multi-city flights, or ‘multi-stop’ flights, mean that you fly between two or more cities/destinations during one trip. For example, perhaps you’ll fly from the UK to Toronto, spend a long weekend exploring the city, then head onwards to Calgary — from where you can easily access some of the best National Parks in the country. Multi-city flights are different to travelling via connecting flights that include a layover, because each city is a ‘final destination’, before you head onwards a few days (or week or two) later.
Whether you’re flying to Canada from the US, the UK, or anywhere else in the world, there is so much to see and do. From the buzzing cities to the incomparable wonder of the country’s national parks. But Canada is a big country, very big. So if you want to pack in as much as possible, catching a flight or two between cities is the best way to pack the most into your Canada trip.
Instead of visiting just one city, break up your trip and jump on a flight to pack in as many cities as possible.
Popular Multi-City Stops Within Canada
Below is a list of some of the most popular multi-stop flight routes within Canada:
London ✈ to Toronto ✈ to Calgary
New York ✈ to Vancouver ✈ to Calgary
London ✈ to Toronto ✈ to Montreal
Montreal ✈ to Toronto ✈ to Calgary
Open jaw flights refer to an itinerary which has an ‘open’ segment between two destinations. For example, say you booked the following flights:
Montreal ✈ to Toronto
Calgary ✈ to Montreal
The journey starts and ends in Montreal, but your Canadian travel itinerary has an open segment between Toronto and Calgary. You haven’t booked flights for this segment, because you might be travelling between Toronto and Calgary by coach or another transportation method instead.
Alternative Airlines makes it easy to book open jaw Air Canada flights.
Your flight segments don’t need to start and end from the same airports. You can easily find and book as many flights as you want, between any destinations, and book all your flights at the same time.