Like United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, Air Canada has experimented with low-fare offspring. After the failure of its earlier endeavors, Tango and Zip, the airline is now about a year into the operation of “Air Canada Rouge,” its lower-cost medium- and long-haul leisure travel offering.  Rouge is part of the Air Canada Leisure Group, which includes inclusive-tour operator Air Canada Vacations. “We’re targeting Rouge at winter ‘sun,’ and summer ...

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