I always fly Air Canada when possible, but have never flown rouge.
We're planning on a trip to Glasgow from Toronto, and the options are Air Transat and AC Rouge. Both are non stop, with AT a bit cheaper. Seat width appears about the same, meals included on both.
I don't know why, but I'm leaning towards AC. Can anyone advise on what Rouge is like, is it really as crowded and tight as AT seems to be.
A year ago we went to Edinburgh on AC, and had a great flight and didn't have to pay for our seat selection, but you do this year.
I'm having trouble understanding what the difference is between these two carriers, so anyone who has first hand experience to share would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.
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