Air Canada is the largest air carrier in Canada and provides world-class services to its passengers at over 450 locations worldwide. The carrier also provides its exclusive cargo operations to more than 150 internationally connected cities. To keep its wide reach intact, the airline is building interline partnerships with many other airlines and creating a comprehensive transaction network to serve all major markets across the globe. The airline is also a founding member of the Star Alliance, and has headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. The carrier operates a very large fleet size that includes Airbus A330, Boeing 767, Boeing 777 and Boeing 787 to provide the best possible service to its customers. Pearson International Airport, Toronto is the largest hub for Air Canada.
Air Canada Cabins:
Air Canada is giving its passengers four cabins. It has also introduced numerous in-flight facilities, which are not only state-of – the-art but also a lifetime experience, in order to keep up with international standards and in line with other major airlines. The Air Canada services grades are as follows:
- Economy Class
- Premium Economy Class
- Business Class
- First Class
- In all classes, seats are spacious with ample leg space and flexible headrests
- Fully flatbed mattress are available in first class seats
- All cabins provide in-flight entertainment from movies to music and a wide variety of TV shows
- Onboard menu provides delicious meals complimented by alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Air Canada Baggage Policy
Carry-on luggage allowance: Air Canada passengers are permitted to carry a bag in their cabin. The bag’s overall size doesn’t exceed 23 x 40 x 55 cm (9 x 15.5 x 21.5 inches). All passengers are allowed to carry a single personal item, whose size does not exceed 16 x 33 x 43 cm (6 x 13 x 17 inches). Passengers are also allowed to carry extra items such as a diaper bag, a pushchair (collapsed size 25.5 cm x 92 cm/ 10 x 36) “or a small bag measuring no more than 25 x 30 x 14 cm (10 x 12 x 5.5”).
Checked Luggage Allowance: One checked baggage must not exceed 23 kilograms on an Air Canada flight. Measurements of the checked baggage do not exceed 158 linear cm (62 in.). The number of checked luggage allowance depends on the class, you’re travelling.
Air Canada Check-in Procedure:
Web Check-in: On their official website, which opens 24 hours before the scheduled flight departure time, you can check-in online. To access your reservation online for check-in, you must have the confirmation number and your last name. You may also pick your favorite seat and order for meal during online check-in.
Mobile Check-in: The airline’s mobile app can be downloaded and check-in when on the go. You can transfer the boarding pass to your mobile after check-in is completed. This choice also begins 24 hours before departure time for a flight.
Airport Check-in: You can either use a self-service kiosk at the airport or go to the check-in desk. You should tag your bag at the kiosk and pint your boarding pass or else you’ll be given your boarding pass at the check-in desk.