About Air Canada Airlines

Air Canada is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. It is headquartered in the city of Montreal, Quebec. The airline, founded in 1937, provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 207 destinations worldwide. It is a founding member of the Star Alliance. Air Canada’s largest hubs are at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Montréal-Trudeau International Airport and Vancouver International Airport. The airline’s regional service is Air Canada Express. Canada’s national airline originated from the Canadian federal government’s 1936 creation of Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA), which began operating its first transcontinental flight routes in 1938. In 1965, TCA was renamed Air Canada following government approval. After the deregulation of the Canadian airline market in the 1980s, the airline was privatized in 1988. On 4 January 2000, Air Canada acquired its largest rival, Canadian Airlines. In 2003, the airline filed for bankruptcy protection and in the following year emerged and reorganized under the holding company ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. In 2017, Air Canada flew 48 million passengers, as the airline celebrated its 80th anniversary.

 

Air Canada Express

Air Canada has capacity purchase agreements with a number of Canadian regional airlines that supplement its North American network with Air Canada Express service. The airlines operating Air Canada Express flights on behalf of Air Canada are: Jazz Aviation LP, Sky Regional Airlines Inc., Air Georgian Ltd. and Exploits Valley Air Services (EVAS).Air Canada’s predecessor, Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) inaugurated its first flight on September 1, 1937. The 50-minute flight aboard a Lockheed L-10A carried two passengers and mail between Vancouver and Seattle. By 1964, TCA had grown to become Canada’s national airline; it changed its name to Air Canada. The airline became fully privatized in 1989. Air Canada shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange

 

 

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Ownership

Air Canada became fully privatized in 1989, and its variable voting shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange since 29 July 2016, on OTCQX International Premier in the US under the single ticker symbol “ACDVF” .Currently, the Air Canada Public Participation Act (ACPPA) limits ownership of it’s voting interests by non-residents of Canada to a maximum of 25%. The Canada Transportation Act (CTA) also requires that Canadians own and control at least 75% of the voting interests of licensed Canadian carriers. Accordingly, Air Canada’s articles contain restrictions to ensure that it remains “Canadian” as defined under the CTA.

 

Destination 

Air Canada flies to 64 domestic destinations and 158 international destinations across Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe, and Oceania. Along with its regional partners, the carrier serves over 222 destinations in 47 countries, on six continents worldwide .It has flown a number of fifth freedom routes. Past fifth freedom routes have included: Honolulu-Sydney, London Heathrow-Düsseldorf, Paris-Geneva, Paris-Munich, Paris-Berlin, Frankfurt-Zürich, Zürich-Zagreb, Zürich-Vienna, Zürich-Delhi, Manchester-Brussels, Lisbon-Madrid, Brussels-Prague, London Heathrow-Delhi, London Heathrow-Nice, London Heathrow-Mumbai-Singapore, Montego Bay-Kingston (KIN), and Santiago-Buenos Aires. However, these were replaced with nonstop routes: Vancouver-Sydney, Toronto-Munich, Toronto-Brussels, Toronto-Zürich, Vancouver-Zürich, Toronto-Vienna, Toronto-Delhi, Vancouver-Delhi, Toronto-Madrid, and Toronto-Mumbai. On flights departing Canada, the airline will offer pre-packaged meal boxes. Flights to Europe and Israel will see Chef David Hawksworth-crafted meals, Chef Antonio Park will craft meals on flights to Asia, and Chef Vikram Vij will do the same on flights to India .These meal boxes will include a hot main course, salad, dessert, and packaged bread. On flights departing Canada, passengers will receive a meal box with a hot main course, salad, cheese, dessert, and packaged bread. Mid flight cold sandwiches and snacks will be distributed in disposable packing on flights to Asia, Tel Aviv to Toronto, Athens to Toronto, and Athens to Montreal. There will be a final light refreshment service in a box. Passengers can also access bar service, which includes bottled water, Perrier, Lavazza coffee, black tea, soft drinks, beer, and individual-sized bottles of red, white, and Bottega sparkling wine .The only special meal that can be requested is the Kosher meal on flights to Tel Aviv.

 

Air Canada Carry-On Baggage

Regardless of your destination, you are permitted to carry onboard one standard article which must not exceed the maximum dimensions of 55cm x 23cm x 40cm, as well as one personal article (such as a backpack, a briefcase, a laptop), which must not exceed the maximum dimensions of 33cm x 16cm x 43cm. Your carry-on baggage must be light enough to store in the overhead bin. If you are travelling with an infant, you are permitted to bring one additional standard article for your child’s belongings. All of these carry-on baggage rules are strictly enforced by Air Canada. Baggage that does not respect the maximum sizes will need to be checked, and additional checked baggage fees may apply.

Air Canada Checked Baggage

Air Canada checked baggage allowance depends on the route you are flying, as well as the class of service. Please refer to Air Canada’s checked baggage calculator to determine your free checked baggage allowance, as well as any additional fees.

Air Canada Extra Baggage or Overweight

As above, if your checked baggage exceeds the allowance allowed by your specific booking, additional checked baggage fees will apply. Again, please refer to Air Canada’s checked baggage calculator to determine your additional fees.

You will need to contact Air Canada Cargo if you’re travelling with bags that exceed:

  • 32kg (70 lb) in weight,
  • 292 cm(115 in) in linear dimensions, and/or
  • 203 cm(80 in) in length.

Air Canada carry on baggage for infants

If travelling with an infant under two years of age on your lap, you are permitted to bring an additional standard item of hand luggage on board to carry the infant’s belongings.

Air Canada carry on musical instruments

You can bring a musical instrument on board as part of your standard carry-on allowance, provided it fits within the allowed dimensions and it fits into the overhead locker or under the seat in front. If your instrument is too large, you can purchase a seat for it. If you wish to purchase a seat for your instrument, you will receive a 50% discount on any published fare. Such instruments must not exceed 162.5 cm (64 in) in length or 36 kg (80 lbs) in weight.

Air Canada carry on pets in the cabin

Air Canada allows cats and small dogs to travel in the cabin, providing they are transported in a carrier in which they can comfortably stand, turn around and lie down in, and which fits under the seat in front. Pets are not permitted in Premium Economy. The fee for carrying a pet on board is $50-59 one way, within Canada and the US (except Hawaii), and $100-118, one way, for international routes on which pets are allowed in the cabin.

 

 

Air Canada Prohibited Electronic devices

The use of the following electronic devices is prohibited at all times onboard

  • Wireless mouse
  • Bluetooth headsets
  • Radio transmitters
  • Radio controlled equipment or toys
  • Printers and computer peripheral devices
  • Laser pointers

 

 Check in online with Air Canada

Why waste your valuable time lining up to check in to get your boarding pass when there is an easier alternative? Use the Air Canada check in feature online to check in and print out your boarding pass before you even depart for the airport. Don’t have a printer? Use the self-service check-in kiosks at the airport to print out your boarding pass or request an electronic boarding pass instead. Online you can also check Air Canada flights’ status. When you enter the specific flight number, the flight tracker provides you with the most current details about arrival or departure times. For instant updates, you can also request for the airline to send flight notifications to your mobile phone or email. It’s an exciting day when you realize you can qualify for Frequent Flyer rewards on your reservations, so check to see if your Traveler planets.com bookings qualify for Air Canada Frequent Flyer points. Traveler planets.com offers Frequent Flyer points on participating hotels, flights, and car rentals, so enter your program information into your Traveler planets.com account to determine which providers offer mileage.

 

 

Business Class

Within North America, Business Class is Air Canada’s premium product. On Embraer 190 aircraft and Embraer 175 and CRJ900 aircraft, the seat configuration is 1–2 abreast, with recline around 120°, and a width of 20 inches (0.51 m).On Airbus and Boeing narrow-body aircraft, seat configuration is 2–2 abreast, with 124° recline, and 21 inches (0.53 m) width. The seat pitch is 37 to 38 inches (0.94 to 0.97 m). All seats feature AVOD and music is provided by XM Satellite Radio. On Trans-Atlantic flights operated with the Boeing 737 MAX 8, this cabin is sold as Premium Economy.

 

Premium Economy class

Premium Economy class is available on all Airbus A330, Boeing 777, and Boeing 787 aircraft .It features a larger seat and greater recline as compared to economy class, in a 2–4–2 configuration (Boeing 777) or 2–3–2 configuration (Airbus A330 and Boeing 787) with a 20-inch (0.508 m) (Boeing 777) or 19.5-inch (0.495 m) (Boeing 787) seat width and a 37 to 38 inches (0.94 to 0.97 m) seat pitch. Entertainment is personal AVOD (Audio Video On Demand), while music is provided by XM Satellite Radio .Air Canada Rouge operates flights on its aircraft with a premium economy class product, branded as Premium Rouge. This is sold as a business class product on Rouge flights within North America.

 

 

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