WASHINGTON—Recently announced changes to Air Canada’s network reflect added flexibility the airline has in two recently revamped agreements that affect how the airline can deploy its Rouge subsidiary and Air Canada Express-contracted fleets. The changes upgrade both capacity and amenities on several routes—including transborder markets out of its Toronto and Montreal hubs—and introduce new service. Notable changes include upgrading Bombardier Q400 service to Air ...

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