In 2016, Air Canada Rouge will fly from Toronto to Budapest, Prague, Warsaw and Glasgow
From the 2016 summer season, Air Canada Red, the low-cost subsidiary Air Canada, will launch 4 new routes to Europe and one to Africa. It will link Toronto Pearson International Airport to Budapest, Prague, Warsaw and Glasgow and Montreal-Trudeau International Airport to Casablanca, Morocco.
For starters, Air Canada Rouge will operate the 5 long-haul routes during the summer season, but Air Canada plans to keep the Montreal-Casablanca route year-round.
Montreal-Casablanca 4 times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), between June 3, 2016 - October 17, 2016, according to the following schedule:
AC1936 Montreal-Trudeau (YUL) 21:40 - 10:00 + 1 Casablanca's Mohammed V (CMN)
AC1937 Casablanca's Mohammed V (CMN) 11:55 - 14:45 Montreal-Trudeau (YUL)
The 5 routes will be honored with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft configured in 2 classes, Premium Economy and Economy Class, with 280 seats.
Toronto - Prague 3 times a week (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), between May 29, 2016 - September 29, 2016, according to the following schedule:
AC1922 Toronto Pearson (YYZ) 16:55 - 07:20 + 1 Prague (PRG)
AC1923 Prague (PRG) 09:30 - 12:40 Toronto Pearson (YYZ)
Toronto - Budapest 3 times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), between June 10, 2016 - October 15, 2016, according to the following schedule:
AC1910 Toronto Pearson (YYZ) 22:35 - 13:35 + 1 Budapest Ferenc Liszt (BUD)
AC1911 Budapest Ferenc Liszt (BUD) 15:05 - 18:45 Toronto Pearson (YYZ)
Toronto - Glasgow 3 times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday), between June 13 and September 25, 2016, according to the following schedule:
AC1938 Toronto Pearson (YYZ) 18:55 - 06:40 + 1 Glasgow (GLA)
AC1939 Glasgow (GLA) 08:25 - 10:50 Toronto Pearson (YYZ)
Toronto - Warsaw 3 times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday), between June 16, 2016 - September 30, 2016, according to the following schedule:
AC1926 Toronto Pearson (YYZ) 18:30 - 09:30 + 1 Warsaw (WAW)
AC1927 Warsaw (WAW) 11:00 - 14:50 Toronto Pearson (YYZ)
This year, Air Canada and Air Canada rouge launched new long-haul routes from Montreal to Venice and Mexico City, from Vancouver to Osaka and from Toronto to Amsterdam.
In November, Air Canada will launch non-stop services between Toronto and Dubai and Delhi. For 2016, the Air Canada group has also announced new services from Vancouver to Brisbane, Montreal-Lyon and Toronto-London Gatwick.