As the descendant of Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA), which inaugurated its first flight on September 1, 1937, and by 1964 had grown to become Canada’s national airline, Air Canada, the name was chosen to be changed to, is the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, in the Canada-US Transborder market to and from Canada. Moreover, Air Canada is among the 20 largest airlines in the world, with 30000 employees. Its corporate headquarters is located in Montreal. Basically, as a founding member of Star Alliance, Air Canada provides the most comprehensive air transportation network in the world. In 2016, along with its Air Canada Express, regional partners, Air Canada carried approximately 45 million passengers and served more than 200 destinations on six continents. That is, Air Canada has a massive global network, which provides scheduled passenger services directly to 64 airports in Canada, 60 in the United States, and 98 in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and South America. A range of 1600 scheduled flights, on a daily basis, Air Canada and it's Air Canada Express regional partners operate on. The ultimate comfort, technology, and innovation with the ever-growing and ever-changing fleet reflect the vision of the corporate and the commitment, that it is always sticking to, to be at the forefront of the aviation industry. The operating divisions inside the corporate include Air Canada Cargo, Air Canada Express and Air Canada Rouge, along with Air Canada Vacations, which provides vacation packages to over 90 destinations. Finally, you can book your flight online through the almosafer website, the platform that will enable you to be fully acquainted with all the details and information that you need prior to departure.
Comfortable seats pitched 30 to 32 inches (0.76 to 0.81 m) and recline to 4.5 to 6 inches (0.11 to 0.15 m).
Complimentary meals on all international flights outside of North America, while for domestic, North American, and Caribbean flights, food, and beverages can be purchased.
In-seat power for your laptop.
An individual reading light.
A larger seat with a greater recline compared to those of economy class.
A welcome beverage once settling into the seat.
A free choice between two hot meals, accompanied by a refreshing salad and warm bread and dessert, or a hot breakfast served with fresh coffee, juice, pastries, and yogurt; however, in shorter flights within North America, it offers a light breakfast or complimentary snacks.
It is available on European, Asian, Pacific and South American routes with two different cabins as follows:
Executive Pod, of seats which feature electronic flat beds, adjustable pneumatic cushion allowing for customizable comfort, large slide-away table, and a state-of-the-art entertainment system.
Classic Pod, of long in lie-flat mode seats, adaptable head and leg rest, touch-screen TV, and noise-cancellation headphones.
A broad selection of seasonal dining options, flexible and express, with various and delicious flavors.
Extensive menu of the best beverages and drinks.
As for your carry-on baggage, whatever your destination is, you can bring 1 standard article and 1 personal article weighed light enough, so that you can store them in the overhead bin unassisted.
As for checked baggage, generally, it varies according to the destinations, from and to. So you can visit the official website to use the checked baggage calculator to determine your free baggage allowance, and any additional fees should you exceed. However, if you are traveling with bags that exceed the below-mentioned criteria, you need to contact Air Canada Cargo:
32 kg in weight
292 cm in linear dimensions
203 cm in length.
Whether through web or mobile, you can check in online from 24 hours before your flight up until the check-in deadline and receive your boarding pass by email or on your phone by SMS, or print it at an airport kiosk.
Yes, Air Canada allows web check-in.
Yes, Air Canada offers online seat selection at a nominal fee or free. It depends on your flight booking.
The total number of routes serviced by Air Canada is 504.
The airline code for Air Canada is AC.