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Baggage Allowance and Fees
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Air Canada passengers are permitted to bring on-board the aircraft one piece of cabin baggage, plus one personal item, such as a briefcase, camera bag or small backpack. Your carry-on baggage should fit into the Air Canada overhead bins or under the seat in front of you.
Carry-on baggage cannot exceed 114 centimetres in combined width, length and height; this includes any wheels and handles– with the exception of some of the musical instruments that fit in the Air Canada overhead compartment space or under-seat space available at the time of boarding.
Baggage must meet carry on size limits of Air Canada.
Due to limited overhead space, Air Canada passengers travelling on flights with 50 seats or less are only permitted to carry one personal item on-board the Air Canada aircraft.
Limits apply on certain routes. Visit the Air Canada website for more information.
CARRY-ON WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS:
No maximum weight applies to carry-on baggage.
However, this varies across airports. Visit the Air Canada website for more information.
When travelling with Air Canada, the most common fees for passengers travelling in a domestic, Air Canada may charge some of the extra fees for extra baggage the information given on Air Canada official site https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home.html.
This may wary between routes. Visit the Air Canada website for more information.
When travelling with Air Canada, separate excess baggage fees are applied for each limitation you exceed size, weight and quantity. Generally, this varies between geographic regions. Please visit the Air Canada website for more information and exact fees.
Air Canada permit a wide range of sporting equipment and special baggage on Air Canada flights. Due to the size of baggage, some of the items may be counted as a standard checked bags. However, Air Canada will be considered as overweight or oversized items. As such, charges and certain restrictions will apply by Air Canada. Please visit the Air Canada website directly.
Air Canada on and bringing pets on board.
Dogs, cats and household birds (birds are only allowed on domestic Canada flights) can be carried on-board for $125 one way to/ from most destinations. The fee is $200 for travel outside the Canada.
The pets must fit within a carrier box that, in turn, fits under the seat in front. The carrier counts as one piece of Air Canada carry-on luggage.
Air Canada carry on and Air Canada prohibited items.
Items that are not permitted in your Air Canada flights cabin baggage include:
- Samsung Galaxy Note 7,