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    Reservations: 1-888-247-2262

    5 reasons to fly with Air Canada

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      Social initiatives, from a hands-on mobile site to active Twitter and Facebook accounts, mean Air Canada’s on the forefront among socially savvy airlines.

      Savvy social

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      Air Canada flies to more destinations both in Canada and internationally than any other Canadian airline.

      Destinations aplenty

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      Best International Airline in North America (World Airline Awards 2011), Best Flight Attendants in North America and Best In-Flight Services in North America (Business Traveler Magazine). Need we say more?


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      Air Canada’s seat-back, touchscreen TVs offer flyers 300 hours of free entertainment, from blockbuster hits to bide-your-time television.

      Touchscreen TVs

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      Select flights offer Gogo Inflight Internet, making Air Canada the first Canadian airline to deliver Gogo to flyers who want to stay connected.

      Gogo Wi-Fi

    Air Canada Check-in

    Air Canada advises passengers to review travel dates and times before leaving for the airport. Travellers must have government-issued photo identification to board an Air Canada flight.

    Air Canada baggage allowance

    Each Air Canada passenger may bring one standard carry-on bag and one personal item aboard. Laptops, purses and briefcases are all classified as personal items. Travellers flying with an infant may have one more carry-on bag. The airline’s checked baggage fees vary according to a flyer’s destination. For example, a passenger who is flying from Toronto to Hawaii can check one bag for $25 CAD each way, while a second bag will cost $35 CAD. The airline permits heavy or unusually sized baggage, however, passengers should expect to pay more for these items. Make sure to comply with all security regulations, including those that apply to liquids, gels and electronic devices.

    Air Canada legroom

    With executive and premium class seats, passengers will have more legroom that standard economy class.

    Pre-arranged seating

    Air Canada’s passengers can choose from a variety of seating options. European and Asian flights offer executive first class service, which features beds, easy access to the aisle and extra amenities. Executive class, premium economy and economy class are other seating options. With executive and premium class seats, passengers will have more legroom. In addition, customers who book a trip online can choose their seats.

    Passenger change details

    When passengers purchase a refundable ticket, they can make changes to their flights. In addition, they can request a refund if their plans change.

    Child fares

    When passengers purchase a refundable ticket, they can make changes to their flights. In addition, they can request a refund if their plans change.

    Senior fares

    Senior citizens pay adult fares and do not receive a discount.


    Passengers may transport their pets on Air Canada flights. Cats and small dogs can ride in the cabin, and the crew will secure larger pets in the cargo area.

    Carrying musical instruments

    Air Canada will try to assist passengers with smaller instruments (like violins) by allowing them as a carry-on item, as long as it can be stored in an approved area. Standard baggage allowance applies.

    In-flight service

    Air Canada provides a complimentary meal service with a choice of two main meals, breakfast service, complimentary hot and cold drinks and alcohol on all international flights. For flights within North America, a cafe with snacks and drinks to purchase is available. There are also touch-screen TVs at every seat with over 300 hours of on-demand entertainment including XM Satellite Radio, TV shows, movies and games.

    Air miles

    To accumulate discounts and rewards, passengers can sign up for the airline’s Aeroplan Miles program, which allows travellers to accrue miles based on their travel. Air Canada flies to 15 domestic and 81 international destinations in England, the United States and Asia.

    Airline food link

    Air Canada’s Onboard Café only accepts payment via credit card.

    Airline overview

    Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline provider. The company offers transport service to destinations all over the world. Air Canada assists more than 33 million passengers annually, and the airline is responsible for the origination of the Star Alliance, which is the broadest air travel network in the world. Air Canada offers its customers direct flights to more than 170 destinations on five continents.