Air Canada Rouge to launch direct Budapest-Toronto flights
Air Canada Rouge will launch a direct flight between Budapest and Toronto from June 10 next year, Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
Air Canada Rouge, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Canada, will operate the flight three times a week. The airline was launched in December 2012 and serves predominantly leisure destinations.
Canadian low-cost airline Air Transat was the first to offer direct flights to Budapest, since the now grounded Hungarian carrier Malev stopped direct flights from Budapest to Toronto in 2008. Air Transat began offering two flights a week this summer.
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