Dublin and Toronto are getting year-round nonstop flights between each other, which is worth noting since both cities are normally visited during the summer. Is this a sign that Irish/Canadian trading and business is picking up or that some other notorious event is about to take place?
Air Canada will use its new low-cost Rouge airline to launch year-round flights between Toronto and Dublin in 2014.
Air Canada has traditionally served Dublin from Toronto with a seasonal summer service.
The all-year service will be handed over to its new low-cost offshoot next year.
Air Canada Rouge begins operations this summer, serving destinations in Europe including Edinburgh, Venice and Athens. It has a heavy emphasis on routes to the Caribbean.
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