|Courtesy Sean Flynn|
Air Canada stated the aircraft will operate for a short period Toronto-Dublin for Air Canada in June, prior to starting 1st July Air Canada Rouge's European routes between Toronto and Venice/Athens/Edinburgh and Montreal/Athens.
The Boeing 767-300ER aircraft is configured with 264 seats in a two-cabin configuration, featuring 246 rouge™ seats - including 14 rouge Plus™ seats with additional legroom - and 18 Premium rouge™ seats offering additional seating comfort, space and an enhanced meal and beverage service.
Customers seated in rouge™ and rouge Plus™ will be served a complimentary hot meal with a selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. Premium rouge™ customers will benefit from an enhanced meal service with carefully selected wines and beverages on fine dish- and glass-ware as well as being provided with a hot towel and snack service.
Air Canada rouge's fleet will be among the first in North America equipped to offer streaming in-flight entertainment to customers' own devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc).
Dublin joins Air Canada's Rouge network as its fourth European destination from 1st May 2014 when it commences a new year-round service. Routesonline 23rd April stated in 2012 an estimated 88,000 passengers travelled between Dublin and Toronto.
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