Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
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|September||Best time to beat the crowds (30% less expensive on average)|
|March||Most popular time to fly (35% more expensive on average)|
Average price round-trip
|C$ 707||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
Good deal round-trip
|C$ 373||or less|
There are no direct flights for this route listed on KAYAK, the shortest multi-flight duration is 9h 41m.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Air Canada (C$ 790)
When flying out of Winnipeg you will be using Winnipeg, often referred to as Winnipeg Airport. You will be landing at Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), also known as Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) Airport.
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Scores according to KAYAK customer reviews
Cons: "All was as good as expected"
Pros: "I like the app to tell me where is my baggage. Thanks"
Cons: "More drinks, snacks"
Pros: "On time, great cabin crew"
Cons: "Q400 is cramped, noisy and awful overhead storage"
Pros: "On time, crew was cheery!"
Pros: "It was canceled"
Cons: "Too many pasengers had carryons. Lots of confusion on the plane for storage"
Pros: "Comfortable seat - great service"
Pros: "Crew was friendly"
Pros: "on time"
Pros: "Staff were pleasant"
Cons: "Flight was about 2 hours late, little food supplied to flight"
Pros: "The crew helped assist me with my mom... she was in a wheelchair and I had our carry on bags. The flight attendants were very nice"
Cons: "The entertainment was very old..... old movies, old shows, I just slept and listened to my own music."
Cons: "No food options they were out of food. Crew never helped a bit when I asked for water. Landing was very scary. Delayed for nonsense reason and missed the next flight. Rebooking next flight after 10 hours they didn’t even provide any comfort other than 10 euro vauchar."
Pros: "Business class was comfortable."
Cons: "Flight was delayed 2 hours."
Cons: "crew was rude and unhelpful with delayed flight"
Cons: "I don’t like the head games air Canada plays when they know the flight is probably not going to leave for three hours and they purposely don’t update the flight details. Only update every 20 minutes for a three hour delay...."
Pros: "Plesant ride"
Cons: "Flight took longer to depart due to boarding and de-icing"
Pros: "Size of seats and entertainment"
Cons: "Late leaving, slow baggage claim"
Pros: "The crew was professional and polite"
Pros: "Of the five planes we were on, all but one had comfortable seating (I'm 6'1" tall)"
Cons: "The lady helping us through the Toronto airport between flights made my wife cry. We had to stop to go to the restroom on the way to our gate, and the lady complained when I waited to go in after my wife came out. I told her I was going to do that, but she was apparently pre-occupied when I told her, because she was looking right at me when I said it. I then told her that I had let her know that was my plan, but she denied it, then told my wife she was just one of a hundred people. This left my wife in tears. This was a stain on an otherwise good flying experience, but it' tarnished the whole."
Pros: "Overall it was a quick and painless flight. The crew was friendly and we had no problems!"
Pros: "Great movie selection"
Cons: "Late departing and on arrival the ground crew wasn't available so we were stuck on the plane awaiting their arrival. I can't understand scheduling issues that end up leaving jets stranded."
Pros: "Good room on the seat"
Cons: "I paid extra to get into the economy plus (or whatever they call it), because when I was completing the ticked purchase online I was presented with a prompt to upgrade, The prompt said that alcoholic beverages were included, as well as a meal or snack from the menu. As is it turns out, that is only offered on certain aircraft. I call that false advertising, and I should get a refund for the upgrade fee i paid!"
Pros: "Leg room was good"
Cons: "Video screen"
Pros: "In flight was good, standard expectations"
Cons: "I was put on stand by. Second time air Canada has done this. No reason. They need to be better organized."
Pros: "The ONLY part of flying Air Canada that I used to like was your partnership with SAS, over the past ten years I have lost more airtravel points through Star Alliance troubles than I could have made in the decade before. Luckily when I fly from my birth place of St. John's NL, you're ground staff are the absolute best! I can give "shout outs" to each and every one of them. From those ready for retirement to the new staff just in from "who knows where", they get the whole "customer service" priority that your airline needs to focus on. Your management in Halifax "Sharon" is out of this world too, other than that whether through Lufthansa, Air Canada or anywhere I would travel, seeing that red leaf on your wing would make me ashamed to be Canadian."
Cons: "I paid extra for a seat to ensure leg room, all I got was ear ache! The flight - although half empty had no place for my briefcase, but I was "ordered" to push my sealskin bag under the dirty greasy seat in front of me. When I requested they store it upfront for take-off & landing - the french female steward started flirting with the man sitting next to me and didn't even offer a response. When drinks came around - I was handed a half empty glass with juice on it's exterior and borrowed a napkin from the next seat. Later I did get a napkin "thrown gently" over the person she enjoyed speaking with. I was happy to wait until connecting passengers disembarked before the local traffic, but was appalled when the more senior female steward stopped a local passenger who I know has anxiety about flying - to insist she let the other passengers off first. Air Canada needs to be educated on what human behaviour entails, before they can graduate to customer service. Together with my first name, you can know my last name is Floyd"
Cons: "The flight left almost 1 hour late because paperwork wasn't signed off"
Pros: "More leg room"
Cons: "Horrible seats"
Cons: "2h and 4h30 h late"
Cons: "I never received an e-mail to check in, and by the time I remembered (morning of), this resulted in me not having a seat assigned on my ticket. This caused a lot of needless stress, though to Air Canada's credit, they got all those waiting for a seat assignment on board. On my return trip, I did receive an e-mail - luckily, as the flight was overbooked again."
Pros: "Seating was fine on their "normal" flights."
Cons: "Regarding Air Canada Rouge service: If you are over 6' in height your knees will not fit in the assigned space."
Cons: "The entertainment was non-existent unless you had an Apple device or paid the $10 to rent one for an hour or so. Really disappointing considering other Air Canada flights."
Cons: "5 hours late with no info"
Pros: "flight was smooth and on time."
Cons: "Maple Leaf Lounge at Pearson airport was shabby. We expected a bit more than soup and gherkins, but that's all that was available, except for some dry nacho chips. No electrical outlets. Indifferent staff. Shame on Air Canada! We have visited airport lounges all over the world and this was by far the worst!"
Pros: "Everything was basically on time."
Cons: "Air canada should still give snacks like west jet."
Pros: "cruising slightly high to avoid turbulence, the way from Toronto to Winnipeg we were flying on altitude 26,000 and then 30,000 feet. on west jet we were flying on altitude 39,000 feet with less turbulence. thanks"
Pros: "Leg room is comfortable"
Cons: "Flight had one and half hour delay. I did not get E-mail reminder for Check-in, for my return flight from Toronto."
Pros: "Seats were wide and very comfortable"
Pros: "Great customer service great people"
Cons: "Same movies"
Pros: "Seats were comfortable and could recline more than other planes. Had entertainment in the headrests."
Pros: "Space wine s"
Cons: "When service came to 40 they barely had anything but snacks. Long flight and only one round of service seems scanty. Flight half over when they came by. Difficult impossible to lower arm in middle seats"
Pros: "The saftey"
Pros: "Check in was excellent"
Cons: "Flight was 4 and half hours late for weather and mechanical reasons. Airline responded very well but such a long delay is annoying"
Cons: "The aid line lost one bag of mine, should have back today..."
Pros: "On time or early"
Pros: "Flight staff is pretty good. People on the phone are generally good, as long as you don't mind waiting and hour, or two - three for a callback."
Cons: "Direct flight was delayed 3 hours and then two more times for a few hours and eventually cancelled from Toronto to Charlottetown due to flight staff (flight attendant called in sick so they cancelled the entire flight). So I was rebooked from my direct flight onto a connection the following evening in Montreal (which was expecting a winter storm). This was at 2 am so no more staff at the airport to even speak to. Had to call and ask for a call back which came at 4 am. The next day I got to the airport at 2 pm for my 5 pm flight to Montreal. It got delayed so I called air Canada and they booked me on an earlier flight. However it was too early and staff at the airport couldn't check me in as it was less than 45 minutes (facepalm). I was put on a later flight and got to Montreal okay. In Montreal my flight was delayed multiple times. Finally got on the plane but the ground staff was not around to get the place ready, pushed back, refused, etc. Waited 35 minutes on the plane before going to de-ice. Flight got 75% of the way to Charlottetown (almost over Moncton). It was a very turbulent flight. The pilot notified us we couldn't lanf in Charlottetown and were being diverted back to Montreal. So back to Montreal we went. On arriving back at Montreal we were notified to the flight attendants and again by the pilot that there would be people there go help us with rebooking. I still don't understand why they couldn't just get a new crew and fly us all back soemtime that day instead of having to all rebook, etc. This was at 1:30 AM. There was nobody waiting for us at the airport. I was automatically rebooked on a flight to Halifax that night and a morning flight go Charlottetown meaning I would have to stay another night and miss a second day of work. So, waiting in lineups until 4:30-5 AM in order to rebook a better flight back to Charlottetown. By this time I decided after spending much of the last 20 hours in airports or on a plane, that I would boom Moncton and just get a bus or drive home. Which I did, I booked Montreal to Moncton for 11 AM, paid for a bus and took that to Charlottetown. I arrived in Charlottetown at 5 PM Wednesday evening after "leaving toronto" at 11 PM Monday. Two cancelled flights, multiple delays, 5-6 rebooking, missed two days work, and lost a lot of sleep. No help from air Canada but hopefully they will cover the hotel for the first night as it was flight staff that caused the cancellation. All in all, if that attendant wasn't sick, or if air Canada had better solutions to this type of issue, I would have been home much earlier and with less stress. It really isn't fun being in an airport that long not knowing what is happening and how to get home."
Airlines flying from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) have enacted additional safety measures and adjusted policies to better accommodate travellers. Policies vary by airline.
Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
Masks required on board, masks provided on flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
Social distancing seating
Middle seats unavailable to book on flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
Testing for antibodies, testing for symptoms for flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
Waiving of change fees. Search flexible flights from Winnipeg to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)