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Air Canada (AC) fleet seat map(s)

Founded on April 10, 1937, Air Canada is Canada's flagship carrier and largest airline by the number of passengers and fleet size. Air Canada is headquartered in Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec. The company's main hubs are Calgary, Montréal-Trudeau, Toronto-Pearson, Vancouver. The company performs scheduled and charter transportation of passengers and cargo to 207 destinations worldwide. Air Canada's fleet size is 316. In addition, the company has a frequent-flyer program - Aeroplan.

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Check in rules

Check-in takes place 24 hours before Air Canada departure at online check-in and 12 hours before departure at one of the self check-in kiosks. Arrive at the airport 120 minutes in advance, check-in and baggage drop-off deadline 45 minutes, boarding deadline 30 minutes, boarding gate closes 15 minutes

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Baggage

Maximum Air Canada dimensions include wheels and handles: for standard: height-55cm, width-23cm, length-40cm, for personal: height-33cm, width-16cm, length-43cm . Hand luggage is not subject to weight restrictions. To determine the free checked baggage allowance and any additional charges, if exceeded, you can use the calculator (https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home/plan/baggage/checked.html#/)

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Unaccompanied minors

The Unaccompanied Minor Air Canada service is mandatory for unaccompanied children between the ages of 8 and 11. Only adult passengers (16 years of age or older) may serve as accompanying adults for minors (under 12 years of age). An optional service is required for teenagers ages 12 to 17 traveling alone.

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Infants

Infants are considered to be children under the age of 2 years. Children may fly without a seat on the Air Canada plane. For safety reasons, Air Canada recommends the use of a child restraint on board the aircraft rather than holding a child on your lap. For children over 2 years of age, you must buy a seat on the plane. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a passenger age 16 or older. The accompanying adult must occupy a seat in the same cabin and sit next to the young child.

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Pets

A small dog or a cat can be taken in the Air Canada cabin. A place for a pet must be booked in advance, as the number of seats is limited. An unaccompanied minor cannot take a pet. Only one cat or small dog per passenger is allowed in the cabin. The pet must be at least 12 weeks old. A pet will count as one standard carry-on bag allowed on board. Maximum size of the container: hard - 23 cm height, 40 cm width, 55 cm length; soft - 27 cm height, 40 cm width, 55 cm length. Must arrive a full 30 minutes before the start of the recommended check-in time for your flight.

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