Air Canada Rouge adds to the Caribbean and South America

Air Canada Rouge St. Vincent

Air Canada Rouge commenced flights between Toronto Pearson and St. Vincent Airport on the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on 14 December. To celebrate, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the Canadian airport to officially open the new service. Flights on the 3,821-kilometre link will operate weekly (Thursdays). The link to St. Vincent is the only service launched by the airline from Pearson this week that will face no direct competition.

  • Air Canada Rouge has introduced four new services to its network in time for the peak of the W17/18 season, adding three connections from Toronto Pearson (YYZ), all of which will be flown on its A319s, while also inaugurating a long-haul sector from Montreal (YUL). The latter airport is now connected to Peru, with the carrier serving Lima (LIM) from the Quebec city, a 6,397-kilometre route it will operate on its 767-300s. All links from Pearson will be flown weekly, while the carrier’s new Lima service from Montreal will see a twice-weekly rotation (Tuesdays and Saturdays). See how St. Vincent Airport’s FTWA compares to others from round the world
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
14-Dec Toronto Pearson (YYZ) St. Vincent (SVD) A319 (1)  
15-Dec Belize City (BZE) WestJet (3)
16-Dec Montreal (YUL) Lima (LIM) B763 (2)  
18-Dec Toronto Pearson (YYZ) Cartagena (CTG) A319 (1) Air Transat (1)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 19 December 2017. WF = Weekly Frequency.


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