Air Canada rouge offers 30% more capacity with launch of Montreal-Orlando service Feb. 15

Air Canada rouge offers 30% more capacity with launch of Montreal-Orlando service Feb. 15TORONTO — Air Canada rouge began flying nonstop between Montreal and Orlando Feb. 15 with two daily departures.

Service is year round and represents a 30% capacity increase this summer compared to Air Canada service last year. Air Canada rouge offers more flights between Montreal and Orlando than any other carrier. And with launch of the increased Montreal service, there is more Air Canada/Air Canada rouge nonstop service between Canada and Orlando than any other carrier, with Air Canada flights from Halifax and Ottawa and Air Canada rouge flights from Toronto and Montreal.

Air Canada rouge offers morning departures daily for those customers who want to enjoy the attractions in Orlando right when they arrive, and daily late afternoon departures for those who prefer some extra time to prepare for their vacation on the day that they leave.

Flights between Montreal and Orlando are operated with Airbus A319 aircraft, featuring three customer comfort options: rouge, rouge Plus preferred seating with additional legroom, and Premium rouge with both additional personal space and enhanced service. Premium rouge seating is a three-seat-across configuration offering longer pitch, deeper recline and more personal space with a blocked middle seat. Premium rouge customers receive priority check-in, security and boarding, as well as complimentary premium food and drink service onboard. A complimentary iPad is also offered onboard to Premium rouge customers so that they can enjoy player, Air Canada rouge’s next generation inflight streaming entertainment system.

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