Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge, 10 new international routes

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Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge have launched 10 new international routes. The launch marathon began on May 19 and continued until June 17, when the Toronto-Seoul route was inaugurated.

The Air Canada Group has launched 7 new routes between Canada and destinations in Europe and several for Asia, Australia and Africa. In addition, Air Canada has also launched 11 new cross-border routes to destinations in the United States.


Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge, 10 new international routes

Let's do a brief recap new routes launched by Air Canada Rouge: Toronto - London-Gatwick, Toronto - Glasgow, Toronto - Prague, Toronto - Budapest and Toronto - Warsaw; Vancouver Dublin; Montreal-Casablanca. The flights are operated with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, which are equipped in two classes: Premium Rouge and Economy.

New routes launched by Air Canada: Toronto - Seoul; Montreal - Lyon and Vancouver - Brisbane. Long-haul flights to Seoul and Brisbane are honored with Boeing Dreamliner (787-8 and 787-9) aircraft, and those to Lyon by Boeing 767-300ER.

Also in early May, Air Canada launched 11 new cross-border routes to the United States. These are: Toronto - Washington-Dulles, Toronto - Jacksonville, Florida, Toronto - Portland, Oregon and Toronto - Salt Lake City; Vancouver - San José, Vancouver - San Diego and Vancouver - Chicago; Montreal - Philadelphia, Montreal - Denver and Montreal - Houston; Calgary - San Francisco (since June 18).

For the Canadian operation, this is the most intense expansion at the international level. 10 new international routes have been launched to destinations on 4 continents. Some of these routes are operated seasonally, giving passengers more opportunities to travel.

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