|Top route||Vancouver Intl to Toronto Pearson Intl|
|Top airport||Toronto Pearson Intl|
Plenty of leg room for my 6' 5" body. Haven't experienced that any recent flights with flair or air transit.
Air Canada - something to think about
Great flight. Seats are roomy and friendly crews.
The entertainment was not working properly on this flight.
Meals very slow service, taste of food unrecognizable, coffee cold
I think I was nickel and dime how can people travel without a suit case you have to pay for your suit case extra and also Pay extra for your seat I don't understand.
Crying babies, always a challenge.
Never got there due to long delay in Montréal
Flight as delayed 5 hours, we missed our connection and had to cancel our whole trip. Plus we spent $300 for a room at the airport the night before and that was a waste of money. Air Canada retrieved that plane from mothballs and it needed extensive maintenance. This is our last thought of flying with this carrier
The three hour delay, and the 5 gate changes left us very frustrated along with that was the fact that I was wheel chair reliant and for 3 of the five gate changes I had no assistance or wheel chair. My new knees are hurting miserably. To add injury to all the frustration only after most food places closed did Air Canada offer each of us a whopping $15.00 food voucher. Good only in Canada at a Canadian airport for one year.
The walk from arrival terminal to international departure terminal is very, very, very long. If more golf carts were available for tight connections, that would be a welcome improvement.
They could have given a small snack
The delayed flight from Chicago to Omaha was delayed for hours. Tha that’s what we didn’t like.
Airplane was clean and comfortable. Flight was on time leaving. It was a little late leaving on the return but in the end it was still on time lol. All felt smooth and easeful. Grateful for a non stop flight. The cabin stewards were all kind and service was rolled out smoothly. The Air Canada departure area in Seattle airport was a little short on water and food options so if you need snacks watch for them before you get into that gate area.
Departure was delayed by one hour, and even though I was in premium economy, they had run out of the protein meal option, and just had pasta.
Entertainment was not working. No free snacks. Seats weren’t comfortable
Clean plane, on time, pleasant crew. Well organized overall.
Better to add $4 to airline ticket and then offer free ear phones. Some people were clearly annoyed at having to pay for them...
Food really bad
Food really bad
Everything about this flight could have been better; flight crew were horrendous lazy and inattentive The boarding process was the worst I have ever experienced in all my years of travel. Air Canada crew lied to me; tried to blame others for their mistakes and were horrendous inappropriate to me. They misrepresented their complicity in what had happened and tried to lie directly to me and blame The visa banking system and sex trafficking cartels. They stole my money; mistreated me; were disgusting and disrespectful and caused me irreparable mental harm
Boarding pass said to board at gate F 32 F32 posted a flight to a different city The board with info on many flights said we should board at gate F 34. We waited at gate F 34. Shortly before we were to board we got a text to go to gate F 32.
Flight was delayed by 2.5 hours heading to Chicago. Everything else was great
A good on-time, as scheduled trip on Air Canada, pricier than most others, but a better track record of on-time / no cancelled flights. Over 7 weeks since booking, the flight times changed three times (but no extra charge) and the flight number once, which fortunately didn't affect our plans. Great, cordial service at boarding and on the plane. Only free drinks served on the 3 hour flight, and not even a cookie! A very long walk from the arrival gate to immigration in YVR (Vancouver) as usual, and it was a bit tricky finding which baggage carousel (did not hear any announcement mentioning it).
PA system needs to be improved. Hardly hear any captain’s announcement!
Retards, retards, retards
In time. The proplr
On board Air Canada flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Air Canada assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Air Canada offers direct flights to 119 cities in 49 different countries. Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are the most popular cities covered by Air Canada.
Air Canada concentrates most of its flight operations in Toronto.
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Air Canada is based in Toronto and plays a major role in transporting passengers across the United States-Canada border. Secondary hubs are also located in Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver. First offering transcontinental routes in 1938, scheduled services are now regularly run to Europe, South America, Asia, Oceania and Africa. Seasonal flights are offered to a number of Caribbean and Central American countries, such as the Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
Operating as aligned subsidiaries, Air Canada Express focuses on domestic flights to smaller regional cities and Air Canada Rogue is a low-cost alternative. Halifax, Ottawa and St. John’s are three of the Canadian destinations that the airline group targets.
It is a founding member of the Star Alliance, having joined together with United Airlines, Thai Airways, Lufthansa and Scandinavian Airlines back in 1997. Connecting flights and shared airport lounges across the Star Alliance group boost the value for customers of Air Canada. Additional codeshare agreements are in place with Cathay Pacific, Central Mountain Air, China Southern Airlines, Etihad Airways and Virgin Australia.
Recognized as the flag carrier airline of Canada, a red maple leaf is emblazoned on the tail of the fleet’s aircraft. Boeing and Airbus are the preferred manufactures of choice, with the A320 and 787 series some of the most popular models. A number of the planes are painted with the dark grey Star Alliance livery.
Passengers are given the choice of flying in either Economy, Premium Economy or Business Class when they fly with Air Canada. A host of alternative meal options are available to Premium Economy and Business Class passengers when flying in North America, such as reduced fat, gluten free, vegetarian, low lactose and Kosher.