Air Canada will launch its new leisure subsidiary Air Canada Rouge in 2013, with inaugural flights operating between Edinburgh and Toronto.
Details have now been announced, with the Edinburgh-Toronto service launching on 3 July 2013, operating three flights per week over the summer season until 18 October.
Flight AC1905 will depart Edinburgh on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 1020, landing into Toronto at 1245, with the return leg AC1904 leaving the Canadian city on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2035, landing into Edinburgh at 0830 the following day.
Flights will be served by Boeing B767-300ER aircraft, with a two-class configuration.
Passengers will be able to opt for Rouge Plus seats with additional seat pitch (35 inches compared with 30 inches in standard economy seats), and Premium Rouge seats featuring a 2-2-2 layout, with a seat pitch of 37 inches, recline of seven inches, and seat width of 18.5 inches between the armrests.