Air Canada Rouge Ready to Resume Service
Air Canada has reaffirmed its commitment to Air Canada Rouge after the low-cost airline resumed flights on Tuesday. Air Canada Rouge has restarted flights to three destinations, and the parent airline said Air Canada Rouge remained integral to Air Canada’s overall strategy.
In a statement, Air Canada said Air Canada Rouge has recommenced flights between Toronto and Las Vegas, Orlando, and Regina. Other destinations are being introduced in September, including Cancun and Tampa.
Air Canada Rouge flights to Las Vegas, Orlando, and Regina restart
Effective Tuesday, September 7, Air Canada Rouge is flying daily between Toronto (YYZ) and Las Vegas (LAS).
Operated by an Airbus A321-200, AC1851 pushes back from YYZ at 09:00 for the four-hour and 54-minute flight to Las Vegas, landing at 10:54. The Airbus departs Las Vegas as AC1852 at 12:15, landing back in Toronto at 19:15.
Back in Air Canada Rouge’s schedule is Regina in Saskatchewan. AC1695 leaves Toronto at 08:50 every morning and heads west to Regina (YQR). Flying time on the A321-200 operating the flight is three hours and 19 minutes. AC1695 lands in Regina at 10:09. After 90 minutes on the ground, AC1694 departs YQR at 11:40 and lands back in YYZ at 16:31.
Flights between Toronto and Tampa are beginning on Friday, September 17. Departing Toronto at a civilized 10:00, AC1654 lands in Tampa (TPA) at 12:46 after a two-hour and 46-minute flight. The return flight, AC1655, leaves Tampa at 14:00 and is back in Toronto at 16:49.
Air Canada Rouge is deploying its A321-200 aircraft on all five routes. Nine of the airline’s A321-200s are undergoing cabin refurbishments. Air Canada Rouge says the first of the refurbished aircraft will take to the skies imminently.
Source: Simple Flying