|Top route||Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl to Toronto Pearson Intl|
|Top airport||Toronto Pearson Intl|
It's a systemically dysfunctional Air Line. Considering my past experience with Air Canada and my most recent flight from New Orleans to St Johns Newfoundland and back, I will never fly with them again.
The trip from St Johns to Toronto was bearable but my trip from New Orleans via Toronto to St Johns was an unmitigated disaster. I have had a previous unsatisfactory experience with Air Canada and will never fly with them again. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.
My initial flights got canceled after o checked in 4 bags and now the bags are not in final destination or anywhere to be found.
The staff in Gander were wonderful. The seats are too small and I’m 150lbs and so uncomfortable,that needs to change.
The flight should have been on time. We barely made our connection and our bags were lost as a result.
The air staff where terrible, not helpful in any way, treated the passengers like dirt. Horrible in everyway. Rude, and not professional in any shape or form. Definitely never using air Canada ever again.
There is bad tear seat at terminal boarding worst
Flight departed about 1 hour 15 minutes late and arrived an hour late. Boarding process was a bit chaotic. Didn’t get luggage until an hour after the flight landed.
Seats for international travel QUITE uncomfortable. Headrest not removable or adjustable for short folks. The seats, even for slim or small folks, quite tight & legroom is a joke. Food is yuck. Free drink a plus! Crew very nice . Pillow & blanket provided. Lots of good in flight entertainment.
their app was good and sent timely notifications. Seat was uncomfortable, entertainment pales in comparison to Emirates. Hot meals were mediocre and quite overcooked mush.
4 hour delay. Plus they used the same excuse they used early in week saying a plane was broken and occupying the gate so we waited almost an hour stopped in the plane waiting to deboard. Air Canada needs to get better organized and stop telling lies. Be honest with us. Some of us fly 4-5 times a week and we’re tired of being told the same lie over and over and over again
Everything was great other than the delay in leaving Saskatoon
Flight was delayed by an hour due to a catering issue.
Did not have available earbuds to use the inflight entertainment... food offered was gross and could not be eaten.
Flight offered vegetarian only food. Was unable to offer anything with meat.
Person behind me was kicking me during flight. Breakfast was terrible. Need fresher croissants. Dinner good. Bread terrible. Stale. Boarding extremely slow.
Plane was over an hour late.
Absolutely no food on the flight that you didn’t have to pay for. And only small snacks if you wanted to pay. Plane was dirty. Bathroom garbage was full and I was the first one in there. No paper towels and garbage on the floor. Attendants just standing around talking. No leg room, late boarding
Our flight was delayed by over 2 hours and we missed our connecting flight because of it costing us a lot of money.
Very friendly and helpful flight attendants
They cancelled my flight and nothing else was available so I had to book with another airline that was $200 more.
They cancelled my flight and had nothing else available at the time I needed to fly, so I had to book with another airline that was $200 more for the
Flight left over an hour late.
On time, good service. Food was not as described, entertainment choices were old, limited.
The food was terrible. Also you have to pay for wifi? Very disappointing altogether.
Reservation made by Kayak did not appeared on AC system. Last to board. Lost the prepaid seat and end up travelling in a unwanted seat. Awful experience.
Delay it they kept up informed
Quick and friendly
On board Air Canada flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 21x15x9in. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Air Canada assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
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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.