Delta is more than doubling the number of daily flights between the US and Canada starting in September, from eight to 19, resulting in a 150% increase in available seats. Canada is reopening its borders to fully vaccinated US travelers for the first time in over a year on Aug. 9. Customers will have nonstop access from multiple US hubs to Canada’s largest business and leisure markets, including more flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal, as well as restarted service to Winnipeg. Toronto will see the largest increase, growing to 10 daily flights in September. For the first time ever, Delta will offer four daily flights between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Toronto beginning Sept. 13. Joe Esposito, senior vice president, network planning, said “We’ve looked forward to the vital gateways between these two countries reopening and ensured that our customers have the choice and connectivity they need when booking their trips.”