Air Canada Tango

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Air Canada Tango
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Founded 2001
Ceased operations 2004
Parent company Air Canada
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec
Website Flytango.com

Air Canada Tango was a low-cost subsidiary branch of Air Canada, which was established in 2001 to offer no-frills service on some of Air Canada's routes and to reduce operating costs at the struggling main company. Based in Toronto, Tango operated on the major longer-distance Canadian routes between cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver, as well as to some holiday destinations in the USA and Mexico such as Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and Mexico City.

The airline's name is short for "Tan and Go", which is in reference to the southern winter destinations that were initially planned to be served.

After the Tango subsidiary folded in 2004, Air Canada retained "Tango" as a brand name for a type of fare on offer in its price structure.

Fleet[edit]

The fleet of Air Canada Tango consisted of up to 13 Airbus A320 and (from 2002) up to 6 Boeing 737-200.[1]

Air Canada Tango aircraft were configured in a full economy class layout rather than with a business class section as on regular Air Canada aircraft and featured a distinctive purple colour scheme.

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