Air Canada Rouge launches Prague service

Air Canada Rouge launches Prague service

The seasonal service will operate three-times a week

The seasonal service will operate three-times a week

The arrival of flight AC1922 from Toronto-Pearson at Václav Havel Airport Prague yesterday marked the beginning of Air Canada Rouge’s expansion into Central Europe this summer.

The seasonal service, operating three-times a week, offers customers the only non-stop connection between Canada and the Czech Republic on a network carrier.

“We are pleased to add Prague, one of Europe’s most visited cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to our growing international network. Air Canada will operate the most seats and frequencies between Canada and the Czech Republic this summer and, as the only network carrier flying between the two countries, it offers customers a wide range of onward connections throughout the rest of Air Canada’s extensive network,” said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines, at Air Canada.

Flights will be operated with an Air Canada Rouge Boeing 767-300ER, featuring Premium Rouge and Economy cabins.  Flights will depart Toronto on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and return Thursday, Saturday and Monday from Prague, with the service operating until September 29.

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