Air Canada will turn its seasonal Toronto-Dublin service into a year-round offering, providing the service through its new low-cost carrier Rouge starting in 2014.
Air Canada will operate the Dublin flights from Toronto Pearson International airport from 17 May to 30 September. The first Rouge flight operating on the year-round route will begin on 1 May 2014.
Charter operator Air Transat also flies to Dublin with its Airbus A310 aircraft, Innovata schedules show.
Dublin is Rouge's fourth European destination. The airline will begin service in July to Edinburgh, Venice and Athens with an initial long-haul fleet of two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
The Rouge 767-300ER two-class cabin features 282 seats with a regular economy section, extra legroom seating and a premium economy product that will be available starting in winter 2013.
The start-up carrier will also fly to Caribbean destinations with Airbus A319 aircraft. The total Rouge fleet is expected to grow to 10 aircraft by the end of the year and more than 40 by the end of 2015.