MONTREAL — Air Canada rouge will operate twice-daily seasonal nonstop service between Toronto and Charlottetown May 2 – Oct. 23, 2016 on 136-seat A319 aircraft in premium and economy cabins.
Air Canada Vacations currently has seven-day vacation packages available for sale from Charlottetown to sun destinations via Toronto from $847 roundtrip, all-in.
“With the expansion of our leisure carrier rouge to Charlottetown, Air Canada is pleased to offer over 35% more seats over last summer between Toronto and Charlottetown, just in time for the busy summer travel season,” said Benjamin Smith, Air Canada President Passenger Airlines. “By deploying Air Canada rouge on Charlottetown, a popular summer travel destination, Air Canada is reinforcing its commitment to meet the needs of Islanders and the Island’s tourism and business community. For over 30 years, Prince Edward Island and visitors have been able to count on Air Canada for year-round and competitive air service connecting the Island with Canada and the world.”
In summer 2016 Air Canada rouge and Air Canada Express will operate up to 69 scheduled nonstop flights each week from Charlottetown to four destinations across Canada.
For winter 2016/17, service will return to three daily Air Canada Express flights with the 50-seat Bombardier CRJ jet aircraft operated by Air Georgia; up to three daily nonstop Air Canada Express flights to Montreal with a mix of 74-seat Bombardier Q400 Next Generation aircraft offering all-leather seating and 50-seat Bombardier CRJ aircraft operated by Jazz Aviation LP; one daily nonstop flight to Ottawa with Air Canada Express 50-seat Bombardier CRJ jet aircraft operated by Jazz Aviation LP; and four daily flights to Halifax using Air Canada Express 18-seat Beech 1900D aircraft operated by Exploits Valley Air Services, Ltd. (EVAS).