Air Canada Tango ceased operations in 2004. The airlines was a subsidiary branch of Air Canada and was established in 2001 to offer no-frills service to customers. The organization's aim was to reduce operating costs, and it flew to major Canadian cities and United States holiday destinations.
Air Canada is the largest airline of Canada and now calls its lowest fare class Tango. The company launched another attempt at a discount airline business in 2013. The low-price airfare is called Rouge, and it flies to European cities and places in the Caribbean. The three classes of service are Tango, Flex and Latitude.