Air Canada Rouge resumed flights, after a seven-month break, with an Airbus fleet!
Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada's low-cost airline, has resumed flights. It initially flew from Toronto to Las Vegas, Orlando and Regina, with other destinations being introduced in September, including Cancun and Tampa.
Air Canada Rouge also unveiled the interior of the Airbus A321 aircraft from his fleet. The new flights will be operated with a modern fleet of 39 of aircraft Airbus: 20 x A319; 5 x A320; 14 x A321.
The new Airbus A321 aircraft are modernly configured with comfortable seats. The interior is contemporary, elegant, with leather chairs. They are configured in two tariff classes: 16 for Premium Economy and 184 for Economy.
With the resumption of flights, that was it suspended since the spring of 2021, customers can also enjoy recent product and design improvements on all Air Canada Rouge aircraft.
- Updated entertainment and streaming services
- New uniforms
All Air Canada Rouge flights are operated by single-aisle Airbus aircraft, which offer high-speed Wi-Fi (available for a fee [) and a range of Premium Rouge and Economy classes. Premium Rouge customers are offered free drinks and a meal on flights of more than two hours or a snack on shorter flights.
Air Canada Rouge has reunited with the old Boeing 737-600ER aircraft, the focus now being on regional, short and medium flights. In this context, scheduled flights in 2022 between Canada and Romania will be operated by Air Canada, the parent company.