Air Canada unveiled four new international routes it will start next year, including its first-ever service to Africa. All four routes will be operated by leisure subsidiary Air Canada rouge on a seasonal basis using 280-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Three of the routes will be from Toronto Pearson International Airport, which Air Canada is planning to increasingly market as an international transit hub. The fourth route will be Montreal-Casablanca; the Moroccan city will be Air ...

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