Air Canada will add new nonstop seasonal flights between Montreal and Amsterdam for this summer, beginning June 2 and ending Oct. 14. Flights will operate five times weekly with the airline's Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, and link to and from Air Canada's extensive North American network at its Montreal global hub.

Mark Galardo, senior vice president-network planning and revenue management, said the new service will complement year-round flights between Toronto and Amsterdam. He said the carrier continues to see strong demand for travel to Europe.

The airline’s international services on board widebody aircraft offer a choice of three cabins: Air Canada Signature Class, featuring lie-flat individual pods; Premium Economy, featuring larger seats with additional leg room and premium services; and Economy, featuring complimentary meals, wines and beverages. All cabins have inflight entertainment screens at every seat with hours of complimentary onboard entertainment and the opportunity to purchase WiFi connectivity.

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