Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767-300ER 

Air Canada’s low cost subsidiary Air Canada Rouge is to make a brief return to the Dublin Airport market between 25 May and 15 June.  Rouge will operate Montreal (ACA818/819) three times weekly and Vancouver (ACA862/3) four times weekly using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft pending delivery of Air Canada Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

Air Canada will take delivery of four former Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-300’s being phased out of service by TAP-Air Portugal and will take up registrations C-GEFA (MSN 939) ,C-GEGC (MSN 940), C-GEGI (MSN 941) , C-GEGP(MSN 942) have been reserved by Air Canada.

The aircraft will be operated in Singapore Airlines configuration and interiors with 30 business class and 255 economy seats before being refurbished by Air Canada next winter.

The former Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be introduced on Dublin to Montreal and Vancouver routes effect from 15 June.

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