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Air Canada Rouge Connects Toronto and Kamloops

Travellers now have a direct route between Canada’s largest city and Canada’s “Tournament Capital.”  Air Canada is testing the route between Toronto, Ontario and Kamloops, British Columbia this summer to see if passenger traffic is sufficient to establish a permanent route.

The decision was based on historical data showing many Kamloops passengers travelling to Vancouver or Calgary, Alberta to catch connecting flights to Toronto. The new route will save these travellers four to five hours in many cases as they cover the 4,400 km (2,734 mile) distance.

Kamloops is located in south-central British Columbia and has a population of just over 90,000 people. It has been one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities in recent years. The desert-like climate offers long, hot, sunny summers and abundant outdoor recreation.

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Kamloops is the self-proclaimed “Tournament Capital” of Canada based on its reputation as one of Canada’s premier host centres for developing amateur sport, tournaments, cultural events, high performance training camps and national and international competitions.

 

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