Air Canada will extend its international reach to North Africa in 2017, the airline announced Sept. 28. The airline’s leisure travel subsidiary Air Canada Rouge will operate the routes, utilizing Boeing 767-300ER aircraft configured with 282 seats. Air Canada Rouge will resume its direct nonstop Montreal–Casablanca, Morocco, route on April 19, 2017, with 3X-weekly service, increasing to daily service in June 2017 before returning to 3X-weekly flights during the winter season. ...

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