Air Canada is resuming non-stop seasonal services between Dublin and Vancouver from early June.
The airline plans to operate from Dublin to Vancouver four-times weekly from 3 June to 30 September and three-times weekly from Dublin to Montreal from 2 June to 1 October.
The Air Canada flights will be operated on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner as well as Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft with three classes of service.
The timing of the flights will enable passengers to connect to Air Canada's North American network which covers 46 airports in the US.
Bláithín O’Donnell, country sales manager, Ireland for Air Canada, said: "Our non-stop flights from Dublin to Vancouver and Montreal will provide our customers in Ireland with a direct link to Canada and beyond."
Dalton Philips, chief executive of Dublin Airport operator daa, said: "The recommencement of these routes will be great news for business and leisure passengers in Ireland, Montreal and Vancouver and we anticipate strong demand for these services in both directions."