Air Canada resumes flights to St. Vincent

Air Canada landed on the Argyle International Airport Runway on December 6, 2021. Photo: SVGATC

Air Canada has resumed flights to St. Vincent and the Grenadines as the winter season is in effect.

The airline resumed service from Pearson International in Canada to the Argyle International Airport in St. Vincent of December 6, 2021.

Currently, St. Vincent and the Grenadines receive weekly flights from North America and the UK. Air Canada, American Airlines, and Caribbean Airlines connect the country to the North American continent, while Virgin Atlantic connects the country to the UK and Europe.

Air Canada Rouge made its inaugural flight to St. Vincent on Thursday, December 14, 2017, some ten months after the Argyle International Airport opened.

The Air Canada Rouge flight was the first scheduled international non-stop flight to the destination.

The Air Canada Rouge Service from Toronto operated once weekly, during the winter season, until 12th April 2018. It used an A319 aircraft, with a capacity of one hundred and thirty-six (136) seats.

According to, on 3rd May 2017 Air Canada announced Saint Vincent and the Grenadines as one of six new routes for the airline’s winter season. A release, announcing the new routes, stated that weekly flights from Toronto to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are available for purchase at and through travel agents.

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