Air Canada has unveiled Air Canada Rouge, its latest leisure subsidiary to compete in the growing leisure travel sector and offer wide connectivity to travellers looking for low-cost flights tickets to fly across major destinations.
Air Canada Launches New Subsidiary Air Canada Rouge
Flyers seeking flights tickets to travel to Europe and Caribbean from Canada will soon have added options as Air Canada (AC) is launching its new leisure and affordable airline, Air Canada Rouge.
Travellers who book flights tickets with the airline can enjoy convenient and seamless connections through its Toronto and Montreal hubs. The inaugural flights will be introduced from July 1, 2013 to Venice, Italy and Edinburgh, Scotland. In addition, it is also going to operate AC’s seasonal services from Canada to Athens. Flights to Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Costa Rica, which are currently operated in cooperation with Air Canada Vacations, will also be run by Rogue.
According to the press release on carrier’s website, the new operator also offered special introductory tickets fares to Venice, Edinburgh, Athens, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Costa Rica.
Two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft will be deployed to operate the transatlantic flights. Passengers can book tickets for the two-cabin configuration aircraft featuring seats with extra legroom in economy class and incorporating additional seating comfort, space and enhanced meal and beverages for premium class.
On the other hand, two A319 aircraft will ply on North American routes in an all-economy configuration, pleasing tickets seekers who look for comparatively cheap deals on tickets for travelling economically.
Global vacationers will be the prominent beneficiaries of the upcoming flights as the launch will spell more cheap flight tickets deals and options to travel anywhere on airline’s network.