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  1. Sean Roebuck
    Sean Roebuck at |

    Good thing their 767 reliability has improved

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      As a mostly economy passenger I continue to struggle with which is better, the Rouge’d 767 or the new 787s.

    2. Sean Roebuck
      Sean Roebuck at |

      I’d almost take the .2″ of width on the 767 over the 1″ of pitch and I’m not a huge recliner so the 2″ difference is a wash.

  2. Brian
    Brian at |

    Air Canada Rouge also serves Casablanca during the summer, so Algiers will be Air Canada’s second African destination.

  3. Garrett Hartsuyker
    Garrett Hartsuyker at |

    Used Rouge last summer. Low cost (at this time) and quality service. SAN/YVR/YYJ/YVR/SAN.

  4. Corey Terrell
    Corey Terrell at |

    When does YUL-PEK start? Interesting options there.

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |
  5. Marty R. Paz
    Marty R. Paz at |

    LAS-YYZ-BER on Rouge? Ugh

    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      But you know you will if the price is right.

    2. Marty R. Paz
      Marty R. Paz at |

      Seth Miller you know me so well.

    3. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      Yup, and I would, too.

  6. howie ray
    howie ray at |

    Is there enough demand for AC and CA serving the route?

  7. Glen Towler
    Glen Towler at |

    I have heard nothing but bad things about Air Canada. I wouldn’t want to fly anywhere with them.

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