Air Canada Rouge, the low-cost airline and subsidiary of Air Canada, has restored service, with flights between Toronto and Las Vegas, Orlando, and Regina now available.

Cancun and Tampa are two other places that will be introduced later this month.

“Air Canada Rouge remains integral to Air Canada’s overall strategy. As we emerge from the pandemic, we anticipate increased demand for vacation travel and from customers flying to enjoy overdue visits with family and friends,” said Air Canada’s president of rouge operations, Jon Turner.

“Air Canada’s leisure airline is ideally suited to serve this market with a compelling array of leisure destinations and an inviting travel experience so that the holidays begin as soon as customers board an Air Canada Rouge aircraft.”

Air Canada Rouge also gave a glimpse of the cabin interior, which will be offered on nine Airbus A321 aircraft in the Rouge Fleet’s 39-strong fleet, the first of which will take to the skies later this fall.

These nine aircraft will be outfitted with leather seats and a 30-inch seat pitch in the economy class, as well as a new contemporary interior design with amusing Rouge brand accents.

Upgraded personal power options, including USB-C connections, and a compact personal electronic device holder incorporated into the seatback are also available on the A321 Rouge aircraft.

Customers can now experience recent product and design changes onboard every Rouge aircraft, thanks to the return of Air Canada Rouge service, which had been suspended since spring 2021.

– India’s new age travel digital media


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