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Air Canada rouge launches up to six flights daily linking Toronto-to-Orlando

Toronto-based carrier Air Canada said that its Air Canada rouge unit will begin year round flying between Toronto and Orlando Florida with three daily departures and two more starting on December 14.

By March 1, 2014 the airline will fly six times daily to/from Orlando, more than any other Canadian carrier.

Customers on this route now have the option of enhanced comfort with Premium rouge service in addition to rouge and rouge Plus service on Air Canada rouge´s A-319 aircraft.

Premium rouge service on the A-319 aircraft will also be introduced on several Air Canada rouge destinations in the US, Caribbean and Mexico to be launched in the coming months.

Air Canada rouge will also assume the Montreal-Orlando route on Feb. 15, 2014 and tickets are available now and through travel agents.

The carrier is Air Canada´s new leisure airline, part of the new Air Canada Leisure Group, along with Air Canada Vacations. Air Canada rouge began operating July 1, 2013 with a start-up fleet of two Airbus A-319 aircraft and two Boeing (NYSE: BA) 767-300ER aircraft.

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