Articles Tagged ‘Air Canada rouge’
Air Canada rouge now links Montreal to Venice Marco Polo with twice-weekly flights, using its 767-300s.
Air Canada rouge now connects Vancouver to Osaka Kansai and Calgary to Halifax with four weekly and six weekly flights respectively.
Air Canada rouge now connects Vancouver to Phoenix, AZ and Palm Springs, CA with daily and thrice-weekly flights respectively, using its A319s. Competes against WestJet and US Airways.
Air Canada rouge adds a new seasonal service from Toronto Pearson to Manchester with five weekly flights, using its 767-300s. Competes against Air Transat.
This week we have FTWAs from six airports around the world, including Toronto Pearson, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Manchester – find out here whether any of these big-hitting airports have the firefighters to match their global profile.
Air Canada rouge adds a new seasonal service from Toronto Pearson to Lisbon with thrice-weekly flights, using 767-300s. Competes with Air Transat and SATA International.
Seven offerings from Europe and North America this week, but can Halifax and Boston stop the rot and secure a much needed win for the rest of the world against some tough competition from some of Europe’s finest airport groupings – including Aena and ANA.
Air Canada rouge launches with 14 destinations and four aircraft; only Edinburgh and Venice not already served
As WestJet goes regional with Encore, to take on Air Canada in smaller, short-haul markets, Air Canada has launched a new leisure airline to take on WestJet (and others) on flights to the Caribbean, Florida and Mexico from Toronto (and Montreal). There are also some summer-only European routes. We analyse how much competition each route […]
Air Canada inaugurates services from Toronto Pearson Airport to Edinburgh Airport and Venice Airport.
Canada’s airports awaiting impact of WestJet Encore and Air Canada Rouge; Q1 traffic at busiest airports up less than 1%
Canada’s airports saw traffic growth of around 4% in 2012, but 2013 is not looking as positive so far. We have the latest traffic data (by market segment) from the country’s busiest airports and reveal which market segment is growing fastest.
Hands up airport business development managers if Air Canada’s network planners have told you in the past that without a first-class market they won’t fly long-haul into your airport? Well that problem has gone away this week following the launch of its all-leisure, discount carrier “rouge.”