Air Canada: The Flagship Carrier of Canada
Globally, Air Canada features in the list of the 20 largest airlines worldwide. It employs 30,000 people and is headquartered at Montreal.
What Sets Air Canada Apart
Air Canada has four hubs – Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. Connectivity from all these hubs is smooth and convenient. If you are travelling from USA through Canada and on to Europe or Asia, these hubs will ensure seamless connectivity. You can avoid customs, luggage transfer and movement across terminals.
Toronto Pearson International Airport
is Air Canada’s primary hub for passenger, cargo and charter services. In collaboration with Air Canada Express and Rouge Air Canada, it serves more than 190 destinations across the globe.
Air Canada serves 64 airports in Canada and and 57 airports in the United States. If you are in Europe, Central and South America, Africa, Mexico, Middle East, the Caribbean, Australia and Asia, you can access Air Canada from 91 airports. Air Canada, together with Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express, operate around 1580 daily flight on an average. In collaboration with Star Alliance partner airlines, Air Canada serves 1,300 airports in 190 countries, and provides reciprocal top tier frequent flyer benefits.
Services You Can Expect
Air Canada’s in-flight entertainment system, enRoute, offers a wide gamut of entertainment options which include Hollywood, Bollywood, TV, games, music and podcasts. You can opt to keep yourself engaged with latest movies, indie films, and classics.
Air Canada offers three booking classes: Business, Economy and Premium Economy. Air Canada’s Premium Economy cabin featuring enhanced comfort and amenities is offered on all wide-body aircraft on international flights
- Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Boeing 777-300ERs and -200LRs, and Airbus A330-300s.
Awards for Air Canada
Air Canada has received a four-star ranking from Skytrax. Interestingly, it is the only international network carrier in North America to receive such rankings. In 2016, the airline was voted the ‘Best Airline in North America’ by the readers of Global Traveler. In 2015, it was voted the ‘Best North American Airline for International Travel,’ ‘Best Flight Attendants in North America,’ ‘Best North American Airline for Business-Class Service,’ and ‘Best Airline Website’ by the readers of Premier Traveler.
Q. How many Air Canada flights operate daily?
Air Canada has 1,500 daily departures and serves 210 airports.
Q. Which are the cheapest Air Canada routes?
A. Fly to Vancouver
from New Delhi at pocket-friendly fares. New Delhi to Calgary and Mumbai to Calgary are two of its cheapest routes.
Q. What is the baggage limit for Air Canada for domestic/international routes including cabin baggage?
Economy Class passengers can carry one standard article and one personal article as carry-on baggage. The maximum dimensions of the standard luggage, including wheels and handles should not exceed 55x40x23 cm. The maximum dimensions of the personal article should not exceed 33x43x16 cm.
Checked baggage allowances vary according to routes. For example, if you are travelling from New Delhi (India) to Ottawa (Canada), you can carry two bags with each bag weighing no more than 23 kg. An additional bag will cost you $225 CAD/USD.
Q. Does Air Canada offer web check-in?
Yes, Air Canada offers web check-in
Q. Does Air Canada offer online seat preference reservation?
Yes, Air Canada offers online seat preference reservation.