Air Canada Rouge, the low cost subsidiary of Air Canada will begin operations from Toronto to Regina, Las Vegas, and Orlando.
According to simple flying: Toronto (YYZ) and Las Vegas (LAS). Operated by an Airbus A321-200, AC1851 pushes back from YYZ at 09:00 for the four-hour and 54-minute flight to Las Vegas, landing at 10:54. The Airbus departs Las Vegas as AC1852 at 12:15, landing back in Toronto at 19:15. AC1695 leaves Toronto at 08:50 every morning and heads west to Regina (YQR). Flying time on the A321-200 operating the flight is three hours and 19 minutes. AC1695 lands in Regina at 10:09. After 90 minutes on the ground, AC1694 departs YQR at 11:40 and lands back in YYZ at 16:31. Departing YYZ at 10:15, AC1672 is in the air for two hours and 45 minutes before touching down at Orlando (MCO) at 13:00. The return flight, AC1673, closes its doors at 14:20 and lands back in YYZ at 16:59.
Air Canada will add a new interior to the A321s in the rouge fleet, as well as introducing new employee uniforms. Pictures are below.