Air Canada will terminate its twice-daily flights between Toronto and New York Kennedy on April 3. Ending the service will leave Air Canada without service to the airport.

"As JFK offers limited options for convenient arrival and departure times due to slot constraints, we have elected to refocus on our main New York City-area operations at LaGuardia and Newark,” Air Canada spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick said in a Tuesday email to Travel Weekly.

"As a result, we will be increasing capacity by adding daily roundtrips to Newark from Toronto and Montreal and operating larger Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft to LaGuardia, for a combined total of more than 240 roundtrip flights per week between the two airports and our Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver hubs."

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