Air Canada’s existing year-round non-stop service from Vancouver to Honolulu and Maui, currently operated by Air Canada, will be converted to daily Air Canada rouge Boeing 767-300ER service, effective November 21 and December 1, 2014, respectively.
Air Canada will continue to evaluate future market opportunities as new aircraft are introduced into its mainline fleet and existing aircraft are released for operation by Air Canada rouge as market demand warrants.
Since the launch of Air Canada rouge in July 2013, Air Canada has deployed its leisure carrier to a growing number of Caribbean, European and select sun destinations in the United States.
Air Canada rouge Vancouver–Honolulu year round service:
Flight ZX1831 departs Vancouver 5:35pm, arrives Honolulu 9:40pm
Flight ZX1830 departs Honolulu 10:55pm, arrives Vancouver 6:35am next day.
Air Canada rouge Vancouver–Maui year round service:
Flight ZX1827 departs Vancouver 5:45pm, arrives Maui 9:50pm
Flight ZX1828 departs Maui 11:05pm, arrives Vancouver 6:35am next day.
Flights depart daily in winter.
Customers who have already booked travel to Hawaii directly through Air Canada on these routes converted to Air Canada rouge will be notified by email that their flight has been converted to Air Canada rouge. The email also provides the option to contact Air Canada Reservations at (844) 268-7290 for a full refund if the customer prefers to make a different travel choice to Hawaii.
Customers who have booked through their travel agent will be notified by their travel agent who is also available to provide further information and options available to them.
Air Canada rouge operates a fleet consisting of six Boeing 767-300ER aircraft and 18 Airbus A319 aircraft transferred from Air Canada.
For more information and bookings, visit aircanada.com/en/about/rouge.html.