This checklist will help ensure your journey is safe and comfortable.
Verify the date and time of your flight, as well as your seat assignment, and make any necessary changes.
The government issued identification you present at the boarding gate must be valid for the duration of your travels, and must include your name, date of birth and gender
And remember that the name on your ID must match your name as it appears on your ticket.
For international travel and flights between Canada and the U.S., identification must also include a photo.
Ensure that you accumulate any points you may be entitled to through Aeroplan or another frequent flyer program.
Enjoy extra peace of mind when travelling away from home.
Book on Air Canada to take advantage of special offers and booking bonuses.
Purchase Air Canada Café vouchers in advance and pre-order Duty-free items for your next international flight, or wait and make your selection on board.
Just remember that Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge flights, as well as Air Canada Express flights operated by Jazz have credit card only cabins.
Read useful information provided by the Aerospace Medical Association, or consult your doctor if you have a medical condition.
Are you travelling with a guide dog? Do you need wheelchair access? For any special needs, please let Air Canada Reservations know 48 hours or more before your flight.
Check aircanada.com to see if there are any travel updates such as weather or security alerts that you should be aware of. The updates are also posted on our homepage.
Read up on the latest safety regulations that apply to travel with an infant or child, and learn how to organize travel for an unaccompanied minor.