Lufthansa to Toronto

LUFTHANSA Cargo is laying on a non-stop connection to Toronto from 2 September. The airfreight subsidiary in the Lufthansa Group will be flying twice-weekly with an MD-11F freighter to the Canadian metropolis on Lake Ontario. Capacity for around 90 tonnes of freight will be available on each flight. After a brief stop, the flight will return to Frankfurt via Atlanta (USA).

Further cargo capacity to and from Canada is available to Lufthansa Cargo customers in the belly holds of Lufthansa passenger aircraft on flights to Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and also Toronto.

“Our new service enables us to airfreight customers shipments faster non-stop to Canada and connects Toronto with Europe’s biggest cargo airport,” said Dr Andreas Otto, Lufthansa Cargo executive board member product and sales.

With the new flights to Toronto, Lufthansa Cargo is again serving a station in Canada with its won freight service for the first time since 2000. The flight ex Frankfurt to Toronto, will be operated on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Return flights leave Toronto early on Wednesday and on Sunday morning.

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