Edinburgh Airport will be strengthening its Canadian connections in 2014 after Air Canada rouge announced today it will return to Edinburgh in May with three direct services per week before increasing to five in July.
Air Canada rouge launched its inaugural flight to Toronto in July and enjoyed a hugely successful summer. The increase in services will offer passengers even more choice and increase Edinburgh's route network through the hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport, said: "After a highly successful summer 2013 season, we're delighted that Air Canada rouge will not only return to Edinburgh next year but will increase its summer service to Toronto.
"Having met with colleagues from Air Canada rouge while at the recent World Routes conference in Las Vegas, we're delighted to continue our collaboration on this hugely popular route.
"We are now looking forward to offering Scottish passengers even more services to Canada and beyond next summer".