Air Canada rouge is a budget airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Canada that began service on 1 July 2013. The carrier is fully integrated into the Air Canada mainline and Air Canada Express networks. Flights are sold with AC flight numbers, but are listed as "operated by Air Canada rouge"
Air Canada rouge serves predominantly leisure destinations in Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico and the United States. Destinations in Europe include Edinburgh, Venice, Athens, Lisbon, Dublin, Nice, Barcelona, Rome and Manchester. Destinations in the Caribbean include Cuba, Barbados, Costa Rica, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.
As of June 2014, Air Canada rouge has 27 planes in its fleet, 19 Airbus A319-100s and 8 Boeing 767-300s. Future fleet is targeted at 50 aircraft. Air Canada rouge A319 aircraft do not have any in-seat power. Power is being added to the 767-300ER fleet, with 8 aircraft already in service and many more to come over the next 8 months. Both the A319s and 767-300s do not have individual video displays and instead stream wireless entertainment to passengers' Apple devices or laptops.
Baggage policy is the same as Air Canada's, and catering is complimentary on flights to/from Europe, with a buy-on-board offering on all other flights in line with the mainline service. Air Canada's mainline economy class fare services apply to the new carrier with some adjustments. The airline launched on 1 July 2013 with services to Venice, Edinburgh, and Athens, along with various Caribbean destinations.
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