Air Canada rouge, Air Canada’s leisure focused subsidiary, launched flights to more Caribbean destinations in Summer 2014.
Many of Air Canada’s former routes from Toronto and Montreal to Cuba, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Barbados, Haiti, Cancun and Tampa, FL, were converted in the spring to the Air Canada rouge network.
Air Canada rouge will operate a total of 44 routes in the summer serving 28 popular vacation destinations, including its summer routes to Athens, Edinburgh and Venice, and new flights to Barcelona, Dublin, Lisbon, Manchester, Nice and Rome.
For its summer 2014 schedule, Air Canada rouge will operate flights on the following routes:
Caribbean and Central America
From Toronto: Barbados; Jamaica (Kingston, Montego Bay); Grenada; Nassau, the Bahamas; the Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Samana); Cuba (Varadero, Cayo Coco, Holguin and Santa Clara) and Costa Rica (San Jose and Liberia).
Flights from Montreal: Cuba (Cayo Coco, Holguin and Santa Clara); Haiti (Port-au-Prince) and the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana).
From both Toronto and Montreal to Cancun.
Flights from both Toronto and Montreal: Orlando and Las Vegas.
From Toronto: Tampa.
From Toronto: Athens, Barcelona, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Manchester and Venice.
From Montreal: Athens, Barcelona, Rome and Nice.
Air Canada rouge operates a fleet of Boeing 767-300ER and Airbus A319 aircraft. The aircraft feature three seating options: rouge, rouge Plus (with preferred seating and additional legroom), and Premium rouge (with additional space and enhanced service on the Boeing 767-300ER and on select Airbus A319 routes.
Air Canada rouge aircraft are equipped with player: an in-flight entertainment system that streams entertainment to customers’ personal electronic devices.
Launched on July 1, 2013, Air Canada rouge offers lower-cost flights from Canada to leisure destinations in Europe and the Caribbean, Mexico and the US.