Air Canada Rouge now in Cancun

A new direct flight from Canada to Mexico is now available in the Cancun International Airport

Air Canada Rouge started expanding its services with the opening of new direct flights to Cancun from the Canadian cities of Toronto and Montreal. The Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) reported that the frequency of this service will be daily through a renewed and modern aircraft fleet.

This new subdivision of Air Canada will also have available a regular flight to other important Mexican destinations such as: Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and Huatulco.

Air Canada Rouge Cancun

It’s worth mentioning that Air Canada is the most important airline in their country, due to the fact that they provide transportation service to approximately 35 thousand passengers a year in a fleet of 348 aircrafts, while the subsidiary line Air Canada Rouge will have 17 renewed aircrafts which will cover the routes to U.S.A., Europe and the Caribbean.

The flights destined to Cancun will be operated on board Airbus A319 crafts, carrying 136 seats with three comfort options, preferential seats and a platinum zone for those looking for a higher level of exclusivity. The aircrafts have also been modified in regard to the fuselage, to reduce the resistance of control under the effects of turbulence.

Air Canada Rouge Cancun

Among the additional services Air Canada Rouge offers to their passengers are: priority attention during check in, registration of a larger number of luggage, better seats with more space between them to provide more comfort, access to entertainment shows from your tablet of mobile device directly to the airline’s network and finally a Premium service in drinks and snacks.

Air Canada Rouge began its flights on March 22nd and stated that over the next months the number of aircrafts intended for this new division will increase, providing greater connectivity between Canada and destinations in Mexico.

Air Canada Rouge Cancun

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