On June 4, 2105, Air Canada will launch year-round service from Toronto-Pearson to Amsterdam, air service tracker Routes reports.

It’s one example pulled from Air Canada’s 2015 schedule, which includes other new international routes in addition to routes that are going from seasonal to year-round.

The Amsterdam route will be flown by an B767-300ER aircraft and operated up to six-times weekly, Routes tells us. The 211-seat aircraft will have 24 International Business Class pods.

Air Canada issued its press release about the expansion last week; in case you missed it, here are some highlights:

  • New twice-daily, non-stop service to Paris [Charles de Gaulle] from both Toronto and Montreal-Trudeau.
  • New non-stop flights from Toronto to both Rio de Janeiro and Panama City (to be launched this winter) will continue during the summer months.
  • New routes for the airline’s discount carrier rouge include five-times weekly service between Vancouver and Osaka-Kansai beginning on May 1, 2015.
  • Rouge will launch a year-round flight between Toronto and Lima, Peru beginning May 2, 2015, once it’s transferred from Air Canada.

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