A list of all Jetstar flights and times for your convenience: The Boeing 737-800 will be operated by Jetstar on Friday, Oct. 3, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., from New York to Toronto, from Toronto to Boston, from Boston to Montreal, from Montreal to New York, from New Orleans to Seattle, from Seattle to Los Angeles, from Los Angeles to Houston, from Houston to Los Vegas, from Las Vegas to Seattle and from Los Vegas to Portland, Ore.
The Boeing 777-200ER will be flown by JetStar on Saturday, Oct 4, from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm, from Miami to Seattle on the West Coast, from Chicago to Los Angeles on the East Coast, and from New Jersey to Portland on the Pacific Coast.
The Airbus A320neo will be in service on Thursday, Oct 5, from Portland to San Francisco, from San Francisco to San Jose, from South Dakota to Seattle (the first leg), from Seattle (second leg) to Los Gatos, Calif., and from San Jose to San Diego, on the way to San Juan Capistrano, Puerto Rico.
Air Canada will be flying the Airbus A319neo on Thursday from Vancouver to Toronto on the route from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and on the return leg to Toronto.
Dassault Aviation will be operating the Airbus 787-8 on Friday from Toronto on routes from Montreal and Toronto to New Brunswick and Montreal to Quebec, from Quebec to Quebec City and from Quebec City to Montreal.
Royal Jordanian Airlines will be carrying the Boeing 777s in both business and leisure flights on Friday and Saturday from Toronto.
On Sunday, Oct 6, from 10:30 AM to 5 PM, a flight will take off from Toronto from Pearson International Airport.
The flight will depart from Toronto at 10:55 AM and arrive at the terminal at 11:15 AM, the terminal said.
Delta will be offering flights to and from Toronto with a departure time of 9:00 AM from Toronto, the flight will have a stopover in London, Ontario.
Lufthansa, a subsidiary of Germany’s Lufthaus AG, is the parent company of the Boeing 737 and Airbus A380 aircraft, and the only international airline operating the A380.