Air Canada Rouge has announced that it would start flying to new winter seasonal routes to sun routes. The new routes are:
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (18th)
Palm Springs, California (14th)
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (21st)
San Jose, Costa Rica (22nd)
Frequency chart here: Thanks to Airwaysnews.com!
They will use their Boeing 767-300ER (282 seats) aircraft on all except the Palm Springs route. The Palm Springs route will be A319 operated – 136 seats. Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada said:
Air Canada is solidifying its position in the Canadian leisure market by offering more flights to more sun destinations during the 2016-2017 winter season. Flights are timed to optimize connectivity for travelers from all across Quebec and Eastern Canada looking to escape the Canadian winter.
Air Canada Rouge (ACR) currently serves 70 leisure destinations across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean. These are all short-haul. Europe, Asia, South America and Africa are ACR’s long haul ones.