Air Canada, founded over 70 years ago, is the national airline of Canada and a member of the Star Alliance group. It is currently one of the top ten largest airline companies in the world and, together with its partners, runs over 1,500 flights every day. Despite filing for bankruptcy in the early 2000's, Air Canada has consistently enjoyed stellar reviews from travelers and in 2013 launched Air Canada Rouge, a low-cost carrier focused of serving popular tourist destinations in North America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia. The Air Canada website offers a host of options including online ticket booking, online check in, and printing of boarding cards. The Air Canada website also has a flick tracker tool in its Information & Services tab which lets travelers view their flight status by entering their flight number and date of departure. In the same tab, users can find information on baggage allowance including allowed carry-on dimensions and a detailed tool which calculates fees for checked bags depending on the specific route and cabin class that the traveler has booked. The website also has a dedicated section for members of its Altitude rewards program. Air Canada excels at offering discounts and deals to its customers, whether through its periodic Seat Sales (where the company offers exclusive discounts on certain routes) or its Air Canada Vacations program, a full-service travel agency complete with package vacations, cruises, and other tourist-friendly products.
About Air Canada
Air Canada email address
Air Canada phone number
00 1 514-393-3333
Air Canada address
Air Canada Centre, 7373 Côte-Vertu Blvd. West Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4S 1Z3
Ciro If you're going to be flying to or from Canada, there's a good chance it'll be on an Air Canada flight. If you're going on vacation, though, I'd suggest checking out Air Canada Rouge. Air Canada Rouge is the company's “leisure airline” which basically means they offer comfortable, stylish and affordable flights between Canada and holiday destinations like the Caribbean or Orlando. If you're on a long-haul flight to Europe, for example, I'd suggest getting the Rouge Plus option as it offers more legroom and comfier seats than the normal economy fare. Oh! Before I forget...don't miss Air Canada's seat sales...a lot of time they offer really great deals not only on flights, but on vacation packages with hotels as well. Who's in the mood for some fun in the sun?Delete