Canada Airlines Baggage
We noticed you are using Internet Explorer 11, this web browser is no longer supported, your experience might be degraded.
Air Canada: Where time flies by
Discover the second largest country in the world with Air Canada. Canada’s largest domestic and international airline. With its world hub in Toronto and hubs in Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary, it serves more than 220 airports on six continents. This flagship Canadian carrier ranks among the top 20 airlines in the world and boasts more than 48 million customers in 2017. Air Canada provides direct scheduled passenger service to 64 airports in Canada, 59 in the U.S. and 98 in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. International customers traveling onward to the U.S. via Canada benefit from U.S. customs preclearance at Canadian airports, saving time at their destinations. Air Canada’s comprehensive service offering for eligible customers includes: The only Business Class and Premium Economy Class among Canadian airlines Preferred seating offers more legroom and comfort Comprehensive in-flight entertainment Duty-free shopping on international flights As a Miles & More member, you can earn both award and status miles on all scheduled flights with Air Canada, Air Canada Express and Air Canada Rouge. Depending on the balance of your mileage account, you can exchange them for upgrades, flight awards and special mileage bargains.
Air Canada’s fleet: always up to date
Air Canada Signature Service is a new holistic premium travel experience in the Air Canada Signature Class cabin. This exclusive service is offered on flights to and from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America aboard Boeing 787, 777 and 767 aircraft and Airbus A330 aircraft. Air Canada Signature Service ensures a smooth airport experience with dedicated check-in counters, faster security check-in, lounge access, exclusive priority boarding queues, priority baggage handling and more. Onboard, Air Canada Signature Class passengers enjoy exclusive service and numerous amenities, including suites with flat-bed seats. Air Canada Rouge is Air Canada’s leisure airline, serving more than 100 routes on five continents. It offers high-speed satellite Internet onboard its aircraft, giving customers access to the fastest Internet service of any Canadian airline.
Air Canada – the airline with the maple leaf
CHECK24 customer reviews all 447 reviews
Cheap flight offers from Air Canada
Flights from 386 € St. Louis
- z. e.g. from Frankfurt am Main
- from 10.04. – 30.04.2023
compare now flights from 400 € Halifax
- z. e.g. from Frankfurt am Main
- from 01.03. – 12.03.2023
compare now flights from 459 € Fort Lauderdale
- z. B. from Frankfurt am Main
- from 28.02. – 14.03.2023
compare now Price list
Customer reviews for Air Canada
Air Canada Check-in
- Online check-in: yes
- Mobile check-in possible: yes
- Self check-in possible: yes
- Evening check-in possible: no
Travelers have various options for check-in with Air Canada. For example, vacationers can check in online or via smartphone using the Air Canada app. This is always possible at the earliest 24 hours before the check-in deadline. The boarding pass can then be printed out at home or at the airport vending machine and sent to the smartphone. Travelers can also check in at some airports – at the earliest 12 hours before departure.
- Hand luggage dimensions: 55 x 40 x 23 cm
- Weight of hand luggage: no weight limit
- Weight of checked baggage: 23 kg
- Cost of checked baggage: depends on fare and route
Air Canada passengers are allowed one standard carry-on bag and one personal item. The former may not exceed the dimensions 55 by 40 by 23 centimeters, and there is no weight restriction. However, the hand baggage must be light enough to be stowed in the overhead compartment. For the additional personal item, the dimensions 33 by 43 by 16 centimeters apply. For free baggage, the maximum weight is 23 kilograms and the maximum dimensions are 158 centimeters. The exact conditions depend on the date of purchase of the ticket, the fare, the destination of the flight and, if applicable, the frequent flyer status.
- Seat reservation possible: yes
- Seat reservation subject to charge: depending on fare
- Preferred seating: yes
At check-in, seat selection is always free with Air Canada. However, if passengers do not wish to wait and wish to reserve a special seat in advance, this is also possible – either free of charge or for a fee, depending on the fare. In addition, Air Canada offers its guests preferred seats. These can be purchased starting at $17 and offer more space (more legroom, up to 10 centimeters more space between the seats), earlier boarding and deboarding, and a secured space in the overhead compartment. This means luggage is always within easy reach.
Internet | WLAN
- Internet available: yes
- Costs: from 6.50 Canadian dollars (approx. 4.30 euros)
- Entertainment program: most extensive entertainment program
Air Canada relies on modern service and therefore also on WLAN. Internet is available on selected flights on the North America and Caribbean routes and on selected international flights. On the airline’s website, travelers can check whether WLAN is available on their flight route. Internet can be purchased either before the flight or on board, and various options are available – from one-hour passes to subscriptions. But even without the Internet, flying with Air Canada is not boring. The Canadian airline has the most extensive in-flight entertainment program in America, with up to 150 movies every month, 200 exciting series and more than 100 music albums, playlists, audio books or podcasts.
About Air Canada
Air Canada is the largest Canadian airline and is also one of the 20 largest airlines in the world. Headquartered in Montréal, Canada, the company was founded back in 1937 under the name Trans-Canada Air Lines as a subsidiary of the government-owned Canadian National Railway. In 1964, the company changed its name to Air Canada. Over the years, Air Canada has grown enormously and in 1997, together with Lufthansa, Thai Airways, SAS Scandinavian Airlines and United Airlines, it formed the Star Alliance – the first and still the largest airline alliance. Further growth of the company came in 2001 with the acquisition of Canadian Airlines, formerly Canada’s second largest carrier. Today, Air Canada has three subsidiaries – Air Canada Jazz/Express, Air Canada Jetz and Air Canada Rouge – and serves a network of 210 airports on six continents.. More than 50 million customers each year testify to the company’s success. Air Canada is committed to customer-focused service and maintains an extensive, continually renewed and growing fleet of aircraft with a focus on the highest levels of comfort, technology and innovation.
More information about the airline
Official Airline NameAir Canada LocationCanada Airline Abbreviation (IATA)AC Type of AirlineLiner Airline AddressAir Canada Air Canada Center 271, Cote Vertu Ouest Dorval (Montreal), Quebec Canada Websitewww.aircanada.com AllianceStar Alliance Frequent Flyer ProgramAeroplan Note: CHECK24 does not guarantee the timeliness, completeness or accuracy of the information provided. Current information can be found on the specified airline website. Canada Airlines Baggage.
- Windows 8 Specifications
- Kohler Dish Racks
- Mustard Oil And Salt For Teeth
- Wrangler Jeep Font
- Paris St Germain Vs Barcelona
- How To Get Cat Pee Out Of Leather Couch
- Different Types Of Charts Ppt
- Yahoo Mail Full Site