The low-cost Canadian airline established in 2012 has its business seat in Montreal and heads to Air Canada’s network of destinations. Airports in North and South America, the Caribbean, Japan and Europe are all currently flown to. Via the transport hub that is Toronto, passengers have good connections to other destinations in Canada and the USA.
Whether for a summer holiday or an Indian summer – a holiday in Canada is an experience. This summer the destination is only one non-stop flight away from Berlin. Air Canada Rouge returns to Berlin Tegel and links the capital region with Toronto, the diverse metropolis on Lake Ontario. From now until 14 October, the airline will once again fly nature-lovers and city-breakers weekly (every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) across the Atlantic. A Boeing 767, which accommodates 282 passengers, will be used for the service.
Toronto is the financial and economic centre of Canada. But also a city of 140 languages, flea markets, galleries and street art. In some parts, it looks like Manhattan and in others like Berlin. Whether the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Graffiti Alley or Toronto Islands. Whether Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, St. Lawrence Market, High Park or Chinatown. Whether a trip through the city with the tram or a boat tour. Whether a day-trip to Niagara Falls, the Blue Mountains or to Wasaga Beach. The to-do list for Toronto and the surrounding area fills up fast. And whoever has experienced a mild summer evening on the illuminated Harbourfront, wants to return again and again. Toronto is simply pure diversity.