[Update 2] Air Canada S15 Long-Haul Operation Changes as of 25SEP14

2nd Update at 1420GMT 25SEP14

Air Canada on 25SEP14 announced a number of International service expansion, including Air Canada rouge. Planned service expansion as follow.

Montreal – Paris CDG 11JUN15 – 17SEP15 Service Increases from 1 to 2 daily, new flight AC884/885 operated by 767-300ER
Toronto – Amsterdam eff 04JUN15 Service resumptions with 6 weekly flights (AC last operated AMS service in September 2006)
AC824 YYZ2055 – 1015+1AMS 763 x3
AC825 AMS1155 – 1415YYZ 763 x4

Toronto – London Heathrow Service operates with 3 daily 777-300ER and 1 daily 767-300ER (AC856/869 operates with 777-300ER instead of -200LR)
Toronto – Paris CDG 11JUN15 – 31AUG15 Service Increases from 1 to 2 daily, new flight AC886/887 operated by 767-300ER
Toronto – Tokyo Haneda Boeing 777-300ER continues operation, replacing planned -200LR (Previously reported on Airline Route)
Toronto – Tokyo Narita Boeing 787-8 operates daily, replaces 777-300ER
Toronto – Zurich Boeing 787-8 operates daily, replaces A330-300
Vancouver – Beijing Boeing 777-300ER continues to operate for Summer season (Winter season 767/787)

Air Canada rouge:
Montreal – Athens Increase from 2 to 4 weekly
Montreal – Barcelona Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Montreal – Venice 14MAY15 – 17SEP15 NEW 2 weekly service
AC1918 YUL2130 – 1140+1VCE 763 46
AC1919 VCE1325 – 1625YUL 763 57

Toronto – Athens Increase from 5 to 7 weekly
Toronto – Barcelona Increase from 5 to 7 weekly
Toronto – Venice Increase from 3 to 4 weekly
Vancouver – Osaka Kansai eff 01MAY15 Seasonal 5 weekly service (Previously reported on Airline Route)

On a number of routes, rouge will extend Summer seasonal operations with additional operational weeks added.

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