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Air Canada gives you a range of fare options for travel within Canada and to/from Canada and the U.S. (excluding Hawaii), and to our popular International and Sun destinations. Choose from our simplified fare options and discover each fare's distinct features that are right for you.
Canada and U.S.
The next time you fly within Canada and to/from Canada and the U.S. (excluding Hawaii), choose one of five fare options,
with the exact features you need (or don't!). It's simple-they're all
one-way fares, require no minimum stays, and can be combined as you
Europe and Israel
Choose how you want to fly between Canada and the U.K., France, Italy, Ireland or Israel, on Air Canada-operated flights, and between Canada and Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden on eligible Air Canada code-share flights.
Now you can get low, one-way fares with no minimum stay or a great
value round-trip fare to popular sun destinations. Choose from our
simple fares for travel between Canada and Barbados, Bermuda, Bahamas, Antigua, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Venezuela!
We're expanding our simplified fare options to other destinations
currently offered for booking at aircanada.com. Be sure to check back
in the future to discover new destinations offering simplified fares!
Air Canada provides specially reduced Bereavement Fares for those who
need to fly due to the death or imminent death (patients in intensive
care, heart attack, final stages of cancer, serious accidents) of an
immediate family member.
These special priced tickets are offered on our international routes
only. Bereavement fares are not offered for travel within Canada and
How to reserve
Family members can book Bereavement Fares by calling Air Canada Reservations.
Please provide the name of the family member, telephone number, and
address of the hospital, attending physician, or funeral home, funeral
date. Please give the Air Canada Agent the reference number CIC*160/33.
To receive Bereavement Fares at the airport counter, before you fly,
family members are required to present a copy of the death certificate
or a letter from the attending physician clearly defining the imminent
death of the family member. If this is not possible, they can apply for
a Bereavement Travel Refund after travel is complete.
Refunds after travel is completed
When applying for a refund, please submit a completed Bereavement
Travel form (available from Air Canada ticket counter at the airport),
a copy of the Death Certificate or Funeral Director's Statement,
original boarding passes and original passenger tickets. Refund
applications must be made within 90 days of bereavement; you can make
your application in person at any Air Canada or Air Canada Jazz ticket
Travellers eligible for Air Canada Bereavement Fares are the deceased's: spouse (includes common law as well as same sex partners), child (includes adopted / step / grand / great grand), parent (includes step / grand / great grand / in-law / common law in-law), daughter, son, father, mother (includes legal / in-law / common law in-law), brother, sister (includes step / half / in-law / common law in-law), aunt, uncle, niece, nephew (includes those of spouse and common law spouse), legal guardian (with proof of judgement) and spouse of legal guardian .
All above include in-laws of same sex partner.
Enjoy Executive Class® with an Economy Class ticket! Upgrade from
Latitude fare types (Y, M or U booking class) to Executive Class simply
by taking advantage of Air Canada's upgrade certificates when you
travel on designated routes* between Canada and the U.S.A., and on
Take advantage of all the comforts of Executive Class such as priority
check-in, baggage handling, and boarding; comfortable seating with
ample leg room; and your own personal telephone within hand's reach.
It's a great way to ensure you arrive refreshed, composed and at ease.
Canada-U.S.A. Upgrade Certificates
United States - Boston, Chicago, New York (La Guadia), Los Angeles, Newark, and San Francisco.
Canada - Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, and Winnipeg.
Each certificate is valid for a one-way upgrade and is conveniently
available in booklets of two. Certificates are valid one year from date
of purchase and each booklet costs CAD$100/USD$70, plus applicable
Rapidair Upgrade Certificates
To purchase your Rapidair Upgrade certificates, visit the airport ticket counter in Toronto, Montreal or Ottawa.
They are sold in booklets of four certificates for CAD $160 (plus
applicable taxes). Each certificate is valid for a one-way upgrade to
Executive Class from Latitude fares (Y, M or U booking class) for one
year from date of issue.
|Travelling with your pet:
Did you know that your pet can travel via Air Canada? We offer travel
in the baggage compartment, provided the regulations of the destination
This option is also available to Air Canada customers connecting to any of our Star Alliance partners, and vice versa. Connections to any other airline are not permitted.
Pets in cabin
Important: Pets in the cabin service is no longer available on Air Canada, and has been entirely discontinued as of September 18, 2006.
Only certified, professionally-trained service animals assisting
customers with disabilities will continue to be carried, free of
charge, in the passenger cabin at the customer's feet--provided they
have a registered training certificate.
Pets in baggage compartment
Pets cannot be accepted for travel in the baggage compartment from December 18, 2006 throughout January 7, 2007.
You can now purchase an Air Canada-approved kennel online
delivered to your doorstep so that your pet may travel in safety and
comfort. It's fast and convenient! Purchase must be made 72 hours prior
-Please note that requests to bring animals must be done within 24
hours, once you have completed your booking with Air Canada Reservations.
-Pets without bookings will not be accepted at the airport.
-Pets and their kennels, whose combined weight is LESS than 70 lbs(32.5
kg), are accepted for travel in the baggage compartment provided they
are accompanied by the owner on the same flight.
-Air Canada Cargo (AC Live Product) must be used when shipping more than one animal for any commercial intent.
-Air Canada Cargo needs to be used for pets OVER 70 lbs(32.5 kg).
Your pet travels in a temperature controlled and ventilated baggage
compartment on the same flight as you do. Air Canada transports the
majority of pets this way. Winter restrictions may apply on certain
-The number of kennels accepted is limited by aircraft type and may
require your reservation to be modified to accommodate your pet.
-Dimensions of the kennel and weight and breed of your pet must be given at the time of your call
-Maximum of two checked kennels per person or family
-Pets must be placed in hard-sided carriers
-Pet carrier wheels must be removed prior to the flight.
-The combined weight of the pet and kennel must be 70 lbs(32.5 Kg), or less to travel as baggage
Prices - one way (applicable taxes not included)
North America - $105 CAN($75 USD)
International - $245 CAN($175 USD)
Preparation for travel
Since Air Canada assumes no responsibility for the care or feeding of
pets while in transit, it is most important that you prepare both the
cage and the animal ahead of time.
-Feed your pet four to six hours prior to departure, as a full stomach may cause discomfort during travel.
-Give your pet water right up to the time of travel. Be sure to empty
the dish at Check-In otherwise spillage during the flight will give
your pet a wet and uncomfortable ride. Leave the dish in the kennel so
that our Agents can provide water in the event of an extended wait
before, between or after the flight.
-Tranquilizers and other medications are not recommended. Consult your veterinarian.
-Cover the bottom of the kennel with absorbent material such as a blanket.
-Do not lock the kennel door as Air Canada personnel may need to access your pet in the event of an emergency.
Limitation of liability
Air Canada will not be responsible in the event of loss, delay, injury,
sickness or death of any pet or animal accepted for transportation.
|Customers with disabilities:
Air Canada offers a number of services for customers with disabilities.
The identification of your special needs, at the time of booking, will
enhance our ability to offer the services that best meet your
requirements. Our customer service personnel will gladly describe
services available and help make arrangements.
Although we ask for 48 hours notice, we'll make every effort to
accommodate requests made within that time frame. Customers should
arrive early at the airport to allow ample time for check-in and
Special services include assistance in:
-registering at the check-in counter
-proceeding to the boarding area
-proceeding to the general public area on arrival, or if in the same terminal, to a representative of another carrier
-boarding and deplaning
-stowing and retrieving luggage and mobility aids
At your request, we will:
-Make periodic inquiries about your needs and attend to them
-Arrange for the use of your own wheelchair until boarding the aircraft
and for the delivery of your wheelchair at the gate upon arrival
-Disassemble and package batteries on your motorized wheelchairs, unpack the batteries and reassemble the wheelchair on arrival
-Where space permits, stow your manually operated folding wheelchair in
the passenger cabin (feature available on certain aircraft only)
-Stow your small mobility or other aid in the cabin
We will also:
-Assist you in transferring between mobility aids or onto and from the aircraft seat
-Assist you in moving to and from the aircraft washroom (except by carrying) with the use of the on-board wheelchair
-Arrange for alternate transportation for your large mobility aid when
travelling on an aircraft with less than 60 seats that cannot
accomodate the aid
You can preselect your seat when you make your reservation. To choose
one that best suits your needs, Air Canada's computer system has
information on the location of seats:
-with liftable or removable armrests for ease of transfer to and from an on-board wheelchair and passenger seat
with additional floor space to accommodate a service animal.
-close to the washrooms and exits
-with extra legroom
An attendant who accompanies and cares for a customer with a disability
during a flight may be able to travel on a reduced fare within North
America. The customer with disabilities can take advantage of the web
fare. The attendant discount is based on a published fare and can only
be booked through the Air Canada Call centres or by a travel agent. Ask
your travel agent or call us for more details.
Carriage of Mobility aids
Air Canada will carry the following aids as priority baggage without charge and in addition to the free baggage allowance:
-walkers, canes, crutches and braces
-prostesis or medical device
Due to special handing of mobility aid battery powered equipment,
please be sure to mention when making your reservation if you wish to
transport an battery powered equipment.
Baggage Indentification tags
Tags are supplied to all our customers at check-in counters and we ask
that you use them to identify your luggage and any equipment, including
a wheelchair. A specially-designed tag for wheelchairs alerts our
customer service agents whether your chair must be delivered to the
aircraft door or the baggage room.
The special needs or condition of a person can be identified by
customer service employees through a special notation on the customer's
"Medipaks" of oxygen for customers with respiratory conditions are
available at an extra charge with 48 hours advance notice. Please
contact Air Canada Reservations directly.
A passenger access lift available at certain airports allows customers
in wheelchairs to safely board smaller connector aircraft.
Certified, professionally trained service animals which are assisting
customers with disabilities are carried, free of charge, in the
passenger cabin at the customer's feet. Flights to Australia, Hawaii,
Hong Kong and New Zealand are the exception.
In view of the limited demand for stretcher services, as of August 1,
2005, Air Canada will no longer accept stretcher bookings. Requests for
this special service will be referred to government approved air
Wheelchairs on board
All Air Canada flights have an on-board wheelchair which can be used to move around the cabin if required.
Wet cell and dry cell battery operated wheelchairs are not permitted on
flights that are not operated by Air Canada (Codeshare flights)
In addition to the special services outlined above we will provide,
onboard our aircraft, the following services to visually impaired
customer, even if accompanied by an attendant and/or a service animal:
-make periodic inquiries about the passenger's needs and attend to them
-assist in unwrapping foods and beverage, describe the food and location on the tray
-assist in moving between seat and the lavatory.