Air Canada Rogue, a subsidiary of Air Canada, has announced it will be launching new flights services to four new destinations in Europe starting next summer. The airline will begin flights from Toronto to Glasgow, Warsaw, Budapest and Prague.
The airline will operate thrice weekly flights between Toronto and Glasgow from June 13 to September 25, 2016. The roundtrip flights will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The outbound flight AC1938 will make its departure from Toronto Pearson airport at 18:55 hours and arrive in Glasgow at 06:40 hour next day. The return flight AC1939 will depart from Glasgow at 08:25 hour and arrive in Toronto at 10:50 hour. The return flights will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Air Canada Rogue in a statement also provided details about its new Toronto-Prague, Toronto-Warsaw and Toronto-Budapest routes. The flights between Toronto and Prague will start from May 29 and conclude on September 29, 2016. The flights on the route will be conducted thrice weekly. Similarly, the flights on Toronto-Warsaw route will start from June 16 till September 30, 2016, while the service on Toronto-Budapest route will begin from June 10 till October 15, 2016. These routes will also be served with thrice weekly flights services.
Media reports also said that Air Canada Rogue will also launch its first route to Africa as well. The airline has indicated that it will begin flights between Montreal and Casablanca. The four-time weekly service will be launched from June 3 and conclude on October 17, 2016. The airline will also be introducing summer seasonal flights between Toronto and London Gatwick from next year.