MONTREAL — Air Canada Rouge is adding high-speed satellite Internet service aboard its A319 aircraft.
Roll out of the new Gogo 2KU Internet service on all 20 Air Canada Rouge narrow-body A319s will be completed this month. To coincide with the launch, on these aircraft Air Canada Rouge is also updating its wireless in-flight entertainment experience to the next generation of gate to gate, on-demand entertainment and information.
Air Canada plans to complete installation of satellite Internet service on all Air Canada Rouge A321 and B767-300ER aircraft by the end of 2018. Pricing packages will be available so customers can choose a level of service that suits their needs.
Air Canada was the first Canadian carrier to offer customers in-flight connectivity, said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. “Today we are pleased to extend this service on Air Canada Rouge. High-speed Internet is another great on-board entertainment option for our customers and strengthens Air Canada Rouge’s promise to provide a wonderful beginning and ending to any vacation.”