Air Canada rouge in the last few weeks made additional service adjustment for long-haul routes for summer 2017 season. A number of planned service increase has been shelved, due to operational day changes that was not completely reflected in schedule and inventory listing.
As of 04JAN17, planned changes as follow.
Toronto – Budapest Service increase from 3 to 4 weekly (Previously displaying 5)
Toronto – Manchester Service reduces from 6 to 5 weekly (Previously displaying increase to 7 weekly)
Toronto – Warsaw Service maintains at 4 weekly level. The airline previously displayed 5 weekly from YYZ, 4 from WAW
Vancouver – Dublin Service continues to operate 3 times a week, instead of planned 4
Previously reported changes:
Montreal – Algiers eff 26JUN17 New 4 weekly service
Montreal – Casablanca eff 24JUN17 Increase from 3 to 7 weekly (5 weekly from 23SEP17)
Montreal – Marseille eff 09JUN17 New 3 weekly service
Toronto – Berlin Tegel eff 01JUN17 4 weekly service. Berlin is a service resumption for Air Canada since Feb 1996 (Berlin Schoenefeld)
Toronto – Lisbon eff 15JUN17 Increase from 6 to 7 weekly
Toronto – London Gatwick Service reduces from 7 to 4 weekly
Vancouver – London Gatwick eff 08JUN17 NEW seasonal 3 weekly service
Vancouver – Nagoya Chubu eff 01JUN17 3 weekly, 4 weekly in Aug/Sep 2017. Nagoya is a service resumption for AC Mainline since Dec 2001