Thursday, December 27, 2012

Air Canada Launches Budget Carrier, Rouge

Delighting flyers seeking flights tickets to travel to Europe and Caribbean from Canada, Air Canada (AC) has unveiled its low-cost unit, Air Canada Rouge to meet the growing demands of leisure travellers seeking affordable flights tickets.

The new airline will offer convenient and seamless connections from its Toronto and Montreal hubs. Its inaugural flights services to Venice, Italy and Edinburgh, Scotland will be introduced on July 1, 2013. Rogue will also operate AC’s seasonal services to Athens, Greece. Flights services to the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Costa Rica will be also be operated by Air Canada Rouge, which are presently operated by the flag carrier of Canada in cooperation with Air Canada Vacations.

The budget carrier also introduced special introductory tickets fares to travel to Venice, Edinburgh, Athens, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Costa Rica.

Two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft will be plied to run the transatlantic flights. Passengers can buy tickets for two cabin configuration featuring Plus™ seats with extra legroom and Premium rouge™ seats with additional seating comfort, space and enhanced meal and beverages. While two A319 aircraft will be deployed on the North American route. It will have all-economy configuration featuring rouge Plus seats with additional legroom for budget travellers who look for comparatively inexpensive flights tickets Canada.
The move is likely to benefit Britons, Americans and vacationers from other nations as they will have more as well as cheap flights tickets options to travel across Europe and the Caribbean.

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