Air Canada Rouge Announces New Winter Schedule Destinations
Air Canada rouge, which is slated to begin operations on July 1, announced several new destinations for its 2013-2014 winter schedule. The airline is a subsidiary of Air Canada.
Subject to government approval, Air Canada rouge will fly from Toronto to Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, and Huatulco, Mexico. The airline will also fly to Orlando and Las Vegas from both Toronto and Montreal, as well as to Sarasota, Florida, from Toronto.
In the Caribbean, Air Canada rouge will fly from Toronto to: Grenada; St. Kitts; Curaçao; and La Romana, Dominican Republic.
All the new seasonal service will be operated using an Airbus A319 aircraft.
Currently, Air Canada rouge’s July 1 start-up fleet consists of four aircraft: two Airbus A319s, and two Boeing 767-300ERs. By the end of this year, the Air Canada rouge fleet is expected to grow to ten aircraft, and by March 2014, the airline is scheduled to have 14 aircraft in its fleet.