Air Canada is Canada’s national airline. It is headquartered in Montreal. It is the country’s largest airline with over 700 aircraft and serving more than 200 airports in six continents 6️⃣ 🇨🇦 !
When flying with Air Canada, passengers must adhere to specific baggage weight regulations. Passengers who exceed these limits will face additional fees for overweight bags. This article provides an overview of Air Canada’s baggage weight regulations.
Carry-on baggage includes any luggage that passengers take with them onto the aircraft and must remain with them for the duration of the flight 🧳. Air Canada allows passengers to bring up to two personal items and one standard article of carry-on baggage onboard their flights. The maximum combined weight permitted for both personal items and the standard article is 10kg (22lb).
Checked baggage is any luggage that passengers check-in prior to their flight 🧳. The airline allows passengers to check up to three pieces of baggage depending on their fare type with a maximum weight of 23kg (50lb) per piece. Additional check-in bags may be allowed, however, an excess baggage fee will be charged.
Air Canada recognizes that some passengers may need to bring higher than their regular baggage allowance. In such cases, passengers can purchase an Additional Baggage Allowance ticket and enjoy the flexibility of bringing an extra two bags without incurring any additional fees 🎫 2️⃣.
Sports equipment is any specially shaped or oversized item covering bicycles surfboards golf bags musical instruments, skis, and snowboards that can’t fit into standard baggage. Air Canada allows passengers to check in up to two pieces of sports equipment, depending on their fare type. The total weight of both pieces must not exceed 32kg (70lb).
Excess and Overweight Baggage
Excess baggage refers to any additional bags over the approved allowance and will be subject to an additional fee. The airline allows passengers to bring up to three additional pieces of baggage, however, an additional fee will be charged. The fee is calculated based upon the type of bag and the amount of excess baggage .
Overweight baggage refers to any bag that exceeds the maximum checked baggage weight of 23kg (50lb). Air Canada will charge an overweight baggage fee for any bag over the weight limit. The fee is built upon a sliding scale and is calculated by the excess weight and the lot of bags.
Air Canada offers a comprehensive Baggage Insurance Plan that provides coverage against loss, delay, and damage to baggage, also personal items. Passengers must purchase this insurance prior to their flight in order to receive coverage. Coverage varies depending on the policy, however, the maximum coverage is usually up to $3,000 CAD.
Air Canada has specific rules and regulations regarding baggage weight which passengers must adhere to in order to avoid any additional fees. Passengers are allowed to bring up to two personal items and one standard article of carry-on baggage on board the aircraft, with a maximum combined weight of 10kg (22lb). The airline also allows passengers to check in up to three pieces of baggage with a maximum weight of 23kg (50lb) per piece 🆙 ️ 3️⃣. Excess and overweight baggage will be subject to an additional fee, and passengers can purchase a comprehensive Baggage Insurance Plan to protect their belongings. . .
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