Air Canada is following in the footsteps of Icelandair by offering a newly designed program that gives international flyers the opportunity to enjoy free flight stopovers in the city of Toronto. The new program works in conjunction with a local tourism agency in the hopes of augmenting the level of tourism in Ontario's capital.
The freebie offer will be exclusive only to those traveling on international flights from Asia, Europe and the US that can choose to stay several extra days in Toronto without any hidden chargers. Flyers can enjoy exploring the city's main attractions including the CN Tower, museums, art galleries, eateries and culture during their stay. The new initiative will surely be appealing to newcomers and frequent visitors of the city looking to explore while en-route to their next destination.
Air Canada Now Allows Flyers to Have a Free Layover in Toronto
1. Free Stopover Programs - The concept of free stopovers is gaining popularity among airlines, which presents an opportunity for other airlines to implement similar programs.
2. Tourism Partnership Programs - Collaborating with local tourism agencies to boost tourism is becoming more common among airlines, which presents an opportunity for other airlines to partner with local organizations.
3. Enhancing Customer Experience Through City Exploration - More airlines are offering free stopovers as a way to enhance customer experience and encourage exploration of new destinations, which presents an opportunity for other airlines to offer similar options.
1. Airlines - Airlines can offer free stopovers and partner with local tourism agencies to increase revenue and customer satisfaction while promoting tourism in different cities.
2. Tourism Agencies - Partnering with airlines to promote tourism in different cities can bring in more revenue and promote tourism for local agencies.
3. Hospitality - Increased tourism to different cities can result in the growth of the hospitality industry which can benefit from collaboration with both airlines and local tourism agencies.