Air Canada’s leisure carrier ‘Rouge’ announced new non-stop service between Toronto and Hawaii recently. The airline will operate round the year service using Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft on this route. The flight is scheduled to start from November 26, 2014.
Moreover, the existing Air Canada flights would be transferred over to Rouge. This includes Vancouver to Honolulu and Maui. Rouge will also operate a twice-weekly seasonal service from Toronto to St. Maarten during winters. This service will be operated by Boeing 767-300ER and will commence from December 20.
Benjamin Smith, executive vice-president at Air Canada, said that Rouge is suitable for both high-end low cost leisure travels. He further added that Hawaii has been a popular destination for a long time for Canadians and air Canada is delighted to introduce the flight between Toronto and Hawaii. In order to promote this service Air Canada is offering 20% off on airfares. These discounts can be availed by passengers from June 10, 2014. Booking under this offer can be done until April 30, 2015.
As far as the flight schedule goes, Toronto-Honolulu flight departs at 16:10 from Toronto and arrives at 21:20 in Honolulu. Return flight will leave at 22:55 from Honolulu and arrive at 13:00 (next day) in Toronto. Flights on this route will fly every Wednesdays and Sundays. For Vancouver-Honolulu route flight departs at 17:35 from Vancouver and arrives at 21:40 in Honolulu. Return flight will leave at 22:55 from Honolulu and arrive at 06:45 (next day) in Vancouver. For Vancouver-Maui route flight departs at 17:45 from Vancouver and arrives at 21:50 in Maui. Return flight will leave at 23:05 from Maui and arrive at 06:45 (next day) in Vancouver. Vancouver to Honolulu and Maui flights will operate daily during winters.