Air Canada Moving More Mainline Routes To Rouge

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AC’s leisure subsidiary rouge will take over 9 mainline routes over the coming few months.

From YUL, service to FLL will kick off 16DEC, while flights to TPA and PBI will begin 15JAN, followed by NAS 17JAN.

From YYZ, rouge will begin service to SRQ on 24OCT, with FLL flights beginning the next day, along with new service to PTY. On 07JAN rouge will resume service to BGI, an earlier rouge route that had switched back to mainline service last winter.

Finally, on 19DEC, rouge will begin service from YVR to KOA.

 




Karen - July 27, 2015 @ 14:07
The "improvements" to AC Rouge are in the Premium Rouge Cabin NOT where 90 percent are packed in like sardines in the remaining part of the aircraft!

Air Canada Official - July 24, 2015 @ 17:07
We have listened to customers since launching Air Canada rouge just one year ago and have made recent upgrades to the Air Canada rouge A319 product in North America. More information can be found here http://aircanada.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=884 and here http://www.flyrouge.com/. We look forward to welcoming your customers on board so they can see for themselves!

Paul - July 24, 2015 @ 10:07
I have a client who had flown Rouge to Tampa and disliked it so much that he now flies to Sarasota to stay with the Air Canada. I guess his next move will be to WestJet.

Donna - July 24, 2015 @ 09:07
I flew AC Rouge to MCO a few weeks ago. My knees were touching the seat in front of me. Thankfully the passenger in front did not recline their seat. The problem is I am only 5"5. I can't image being tall and sitting for a long period of time in one of those seats. I will go another carrier with a connection before taking another Rouge flight.


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