The Canadian carrier will offer direct flights from Glasgow to Toronto five times a week and a weekly Vancouver service in Summer 2018, along with a range of connecting flights to Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver.
In addition to unveiling its 2018 programme, the airline has also announced its also doubling its Winter 2017 season flights through to April 2018 from Glasgow to Toronto from once a week to twice weekly.
Lesley Kane, Sales Director UK & Ireland at Air Transat, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to meet the growing demand for flights to Canada from Glasgow Airport – both with an additional flight each week in our winter schedule, and the early release of our 2018 summer programme.
“Releasing our 2018 flights early means our passengers can get a head start on booking their next trip to Canada and secure their seats at a competitive price.”
Steven Marshall, Head of Airline Marketing & Development at Glasgow Airport, said: “We are delighted that Air Transat celebrates 25 years of flying to Glasgow by doubling its winter schedule to Toronto.
"The twice weekly flights will help facilitate business travel and winter city breaks. This increase in capacity helps further reaffirm Glasgow Airport’s position as the leading long haul airport for Scotland.”