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Flyglobespan, the airline launching weekly flights to Toronto from Bristol International in May, has announced a business class option for passengers looking to make the transatlantic trip in style.
As well as meeting demand for a direct flight to this frequently-requested leisure destination with affordable economy fares, flyglobespan is now offering business class fares from £318 (price is for one way, includes tax and can be booked at www.flyglobespan.com). Benefits include a 38" seat pitch, 40kg luggage allowance, priority check-in and boarding, and complimentary drinks and in-flight entertainment.
Toronto is a popular leisure destination, either for its cosmopolitan cultural attractions or as a base from which to explore the stunning scenery of Ontario, but it is also an important business centre.
With 2.6 million residents, Toronto is the fifth largest city in North America and ranks in the top five for 16 economic sectors compared to other North American cites, a record matched by only Chicago and Boston. Five of Canada's largest banks have their headquarters near the country's busiest stock exchange, and key industry clusters include aerospace and biotechnology.
The Toronto region, like the South West, is a major centre for the aerospace industry, with more than 200 aerospace manufacturing firms (including Bombardier, Messier-Dowty and Pratt & Whitney) employing over 20,000 people.
Tony Hallwood, Aviation Development Director at Bristol International Airport, said:
"The availability of a business class option from flyglobespan will enable business travellers to make the most of their time while travelling, and also offers leisure passengers the chance to travel in style at a reasonable price."
The flight from Bristol International to Toronto's Hamilton Airport will operate every Monday from 26 May, and discounts are currently available online as part of flyglobespan's biggest ever sale.
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