Air Canada rouge is expanding service to Hawaii with the introduction of new year-round non-stop flights between Toronto and Honolulu.
The new route, offering the only non-stop service between Toronto and Hawaii, will begin Nov. 26. Flights will be operated using Air Canada rouge Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft offering a choice of two cabins with three choices of service, personal space and comfort.
To promote the new route, rouge is offering savings of 20% on bookings made by June 10 for travel until April 30, 2015 using the promotion code “aloharouge.” Flights and optional Air Canada Vacations packages are available for purchase at aircanada.com.
“Hawaii has long been a very popular vacation destination for Canadians from coast to coast,” said Benjamin Smith (pictured), executive vice-president and chief commercial officer at Air Canada. “Flights are timed to provide convenient connections at our main Toronto hub for flights serving destinations throughout Air Canada’s extensive network. In combination with Air Canada Vacations, we are pleased to offer Canadians even more holiday choices.”
In addition, Air Canada announced that existing year-round non-stop service from Vancouver to Honolulu and Maui, currently operated by Air Canada, will be converted to daily Air Canada rouge Boeing 767-300 ER service effective Nov. 21 and Dec. 1, respectively.
And, as part of its Air Canada rouge winter schedule to Caribbean destinations, twice-weekly seasonal service from Toronto to St. Maarten, previously operated by Air Canada, will be converted to Air Canada rouge Boeing 767-300ER service effective Dec. 20.