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How to Find the Best Deals on Air Canada Reservations

Air travel can be expensive, but with some careful planning and a little bit of luck, you can find great deals on Air Canada reservations. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, saving money on your flight can make your trip even more enjoyable. In this article, we’ll explore some tips and tricks to help you find the best deals on Air Canada reservations.

Book in Advance

One of the most effective ways to secure a great deal on Air Canada reservations is to book your flight well in advance. Airlines often offer discounted fares for those who book their tickets several months ahead of time. By planning ahead and booking early, you can take advantage of these lower prices and save a significant amount of money.

Be Flexible with Your Travel Dates

If you have some flexibility with your travel dates, you may be able to find better deals on Air Canada reservations. Airlines often have different pricing tiers depending on the day and time of travel. By being open to flying on weekdays or during off-peak hours, you increase your chances of finding discounted fares.

Sign up for Fare Alerts

Another useful strategy is to sign up for fare alerts from Air Canada or third-party travel websites. These alerts will notify you when there are price drops or special promotions for flights to your desired destination. By staying informed about these deals, you can snag a great bargain before it sells out.

Consider Connecting Flights

While direct flights may be more convenient, they are often more expensive than connecting flights. If saving money is your top priority, consider booking a flight with layovers instead. Not only can this result in significant savings, but it also gives you an opportunity to explore another city during your journey.

In conclusion, finding the best deals on Air Canada reservations requires some planning and flexibility. Booking in advance, being open to different travel dates, signing up for fare alerts, and considering connecting flights are all effective strategies to save money on your airfare. By implementing these tips, you can enjoy your trip without breaking the bank. Happy travels.

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Same baggage rules applies as per regular full-fare passengers. Refer to www.aircanada.com

Baggage Policy for Travel from China In order to support the Federal Government in it's efforts to reduce the risk of Federal Law violations due to the importation of counterfeit goods (i.e. 'knock-offs'), Air Canada will be introducing a maximum allowance of one, checked bag per person for non-revenue travel, when traveling on stand-by from China on Air Canada. Please note this represents the maximum allowance permitted, therefore it cannot be exceeded under any circumstances (this means that oversize/overweight pieces will not be accepted). The policy will come in effect on June 1, 2012, and will apply to all stand-by passengers boarding Air Canada flights in China.

Boeing 777-300 (77P) aircrafts -are required to limit their carry-on to one personal item, such as a purse or laptop case. Employees traveling with babies will be able to board the plane with two personal items (i.e. one purse, one diaper bag). Duty Free purchases are not exception and must fit inside your personal item.

Air Canada Rouge - YYZ-KIN-YYZ - One carry on item and one checked bag permitted on this flights only per passenger.

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clean, neat and professional appearance reinforces our brand and our world-class products and services.

How we present ourselves is as important and distinctive as our logo and signals to our customers that we strive to be the very best at what we do.

In the spirit of modernizing our employee dress code policy, we want to empower our employees to dress with care, class and common sense when travelling with Air Canada.

This policy is applicable to all employees, retirees, eligible family members and friends.

Policy Statement

The intent of this policy is to equip employees with general guidelines when dressing for travel. Guidelines When Travelling for Business or Leisure Air Canada's dress code is designed to respect and reflect our brand image, while allowing employees the flexibility to travel comfortably. Whether employees are travelling for business or leisure, their appearance must be clean and appropriate for the activities or meetings scheduled for their day. Any clothing that is stained, dirty, transparent, torn, revealing, or otherwise compromises a neat appearance, is not permitted.

Dress with “care, class and common sense”. In other words, employees have the discretion to make their clothing choice based on what is appropriate. Employees must use common sense in their choice of attire.

When travelling on other airlines, employees should follow the other airlines’ dress code guidelines. Employees should contact the airline directly before they travel to inquire about their dress code. We trust that employees will make the right choices. In case of uncertainty, employees are free to consult with our Travel Care Team at [email protected] .

Non-Compliance with the Policy Employees are personally held accountable for their attire and the attire of friends and family members when traveling on pass privileges. Incidents of non-compliance (Air Canada employees and family members or employees from other airlines) should be reported to the Travel and Recognition department at: [email protected] .

Failure to comply with any information contained in this policy will result in the suspension of travel pass privileges

You can use web check-in and our self-service kiosk

Through check-in is not available for stand-by passengers.

When there are two or more interline employees travelling on the same flight, the date of listing by the reservation department will determine the onload/offload and the cabin upgrade/downgrade order.

Non-revs are upgraded after revenue passengers. If economy is full, the non-rev will automatically be put into the next class of service that has available seats (premium economy or business class), regardless of what class of service they listed themselves on. Air Canada does not leave non-revs behind if there are seats open in business or premium economy, but not in economy.

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There’s something magical about travel. that’s why we believe in making the world easier to reach. by offering direct access to amazing destinations, and with valuable perks built-in to your ticket, you can maximize your trip when you fly air canada rouge., today will only happen once. where will you go.

Get ready for travel. Visit our Travel Ready hub to review entry requirements, where we fly, and more .

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Get more with Premium Rouge

By choosing Premium Rouge, you can breeze through the airport with priority check-in and boarding, eligible flights allow you to relax in our Maple Leaf LoungeTM at available airports, and then enjoy an exclusive cabin with wider seats and more space to stretch out. Starting November 1, 2022, you will be able to enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi as part of your Premium Rouge experience.

> Learn more about our Maple Leaf Lounge TM , including a list of lounges currently open.

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Food and beverage

  • On all flights over 2 hours, enjoy a main course, appetizer, bread, and dessert. A snack choice will also be offered prior to landing.
  • On all flights under 2 hours, indulge with a hot breakfast or a cold snack, depending on the time of day.
  • On all flights, choose from a wide array of beverage options, including Bottega sparkling wine, a selection of red and white wines selected by our award-winning sommelier Veronique Rivest, and a selection of spirits and beer. Perrier, Lavazza coffee and black tea, a range of soft drinks, and bottled water are also available.

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At the airport

Breeze through the airport with priority check-in, security and boarding while relaxing in the Maple Leaf Lounge ™ at available airports.



Need to check in at the office? Done. Plan your trip before you arrive? Easy. Starting November 1, 2022, Premium Rouge customers can enjoy complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, the fastest in-flight in Canada, so nothing during your flight is left up in the air.

Plus, sit back and relax with a selection of TV shows and movies, including new releases, streamed directly to your own tablet, smartphone, or laptop. There is also no app required to view this content as you can access our in-flight entertainment portal via your web browser once onboard.

You can also enjoy complimentary access to 7,000+ newspapers and magazines through the PressReader app on your own device.

Don’t just fly. Surf too, with Rouge Wi-Fi.*

Enjoy the fastest in-flight internet in Canada. Need to check in at the office? Done. Plan your trip before you arrive? Easy. Enjoy a TV marathon? Just hit play.

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* You can purchase Maple Leaf Lounge access up until 24 hours prior to your flight by going to My Bookings . Maple Leaf Lounge access is not available for purchase at the airport, except at our Paris Maple leaf Lounge.

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Starting your next great vacation with us in our Economy cabin? Enjoy:

  • Advanced aircraft seating technology with adjustable headrests for even more comfort.
  • Treat yourself to Preferred Seat , which offers more legroom for an additional charge.

Food and Beverage

Flights within North America and the Caribbean

  • On flights over 2 hours, enjoy a range of Air Canada Bistro items available for purchase onboard. Or, if you’ve pre-purchased a meal online, or purchased a Latitude fare, your meal box will include a pre-selected meal and snack item.
  • On flights less than 2 hours, enjoy our complimentary beverage service with a packaged snack.
  • On all flights, our beverage service offers a variety of choices, including red and white wine, select spirits and beer, Lavazza coffee, tea, a selection of soft drinks and juices, and water.


Sit back and relax with complimentary TV shows and movies, including New Releases, streamed directly to your tablet, smartphone or laptop.

Don’t just fly. Surf too, with Rouge Wi-Fi.*

Enjoy the fastest in-flight internet in Canada. Need to check in at the office? Done. Plan your trip before you arrive? Easy. Sit down to a TV marathon? Just hit play.

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Enjoy the fastest in-flight internet in Canada. Need to check in at the office? Done. Plan your trip before you arrive? Easy. Sit down to a TV marathon on a break from your video game? Just hit play.

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Benefits, benefits, benefits.

Who doesn’t love good benefits? When you fly with us at Air Canada Rouge, you’ll have access to amazing perks including participation in the Air Canada Altitude program as well as Aeroplan ® .

We’re also a member of the World’s Best Airline Alliance as voted by Skytrax, Star Alliance, so we recognize and participate in reciprocal Star Alliance benefits.

So whether its priority travel services, lounge access, and upgrades or earning and redeeming Aeroplan Miles for your next dream vacation, maximize your travel every time you fly with us.

Earn Aeroplan® Miles

Earn Aeroplan ® Miles

To make your travel experience with Air Canada Rouge even more rewarding, Aeroplan Members will earn Aeroplan Miles with the purchase of eligible fares.

Enjoy Air Canada Altitude Status

Enjoy Air Canada Altitude status

Flights with Air Canada Rouge will contribute to your Air Canada Altitudes status. Additionally, eligible Altitude members can enjoy their privileges when flying Air Canada Rouge, including priority Check-in, Maple Leaf Lounge TM access, eUpgrades to Premium Rouge, and much more.

We are excited to welcome eligible customers back to our lounges, which have started to re-open with new biosafety standards and a new elevated dining experience. Learn more about which lounges have re-opened.

Baggage Allowance

Not sure what to pack?

For full details on carry-on baggage, personal articles and checked baggage allowances, visit aircanada.com.

Check In Options

Check-in options

Get your trip started early by checking-in up to 24 hours before you fly at aircanada.com or on your Air Canada app. You can also check in at an Air Canada airport kiosk or Air Canada check-in counter.

We also know how important your safety is every step of the way, which is why we are implementing touch-free airport experiences. Visit our Travel Ready hub to make sure you’re up to date on the latest entry requirements and travel measures in place for your destination.

Safety first, always

We believe in putting safety first, always, which is why we’re committed to end-to-end health and safety protocols throughout your travel journey.

Learn how, with the introduction of Air Canada CleanCare+, we are using new biosafety standards and enhancing preventative measures to keep you safe throughout your travel with us.

For the well-being of all our customers and employees, some of our service offerings have been temporarily adjusted. Learn more about our biosafety measures and current onboard service enhancements .


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