Air Canada’s low-cost Rouge subsidiary is beefing up its intra-North America operations and expanding west, adding five U.S. cities and doubling its Canadian stations by launching service in Calgary and Vancouver. The expansion will see Rouge take over current Air Canada service between Vancouver and Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Anchorage, as well as between Calgary and Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The changes will be made by July 1. Rouge will also introduce new seasonal ...
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