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Air Canada Rouge (RV) seat maps

Air Canada Rouge was founded in December 2012 and began operations on July 1, 2013. It is a low-cost Canadian airline. The company is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. The company's main hub is Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Air Canada Rouge is a subsidiary of Air Canada. The airline primarily serves tourist destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and the United States. In total, the airline operates 81 routes. Air Canada Rouge consists of 39 planes.

Air Canada Rouge is one of the greatest flight companies all over the world. It provides a rich Air Canada Rouge airlines seat map with simple places ideal for long air travels. Air Canada Rouge has managed to make a name in the present day sector, especially taking into account its profit, fleet size, and Air Canada Rouge seatmap. Its fleet has a rich variety of airplanes. Air Canada Rouge has plenty of hubs globally, with the main ones being located in Canada/CITY. The company has its own ROU, which much shortens the actions relevant to instituting and analyzing basic international tech norms for carrier functioning and concept, crash examination, etc. Besides, Air Canada Rouge meets the terms of IATA which is aimed to represent, enhance, and serve the airline sector. That is why all the airplanes possessed by a company use RV seat map. If travelers want to discover a certain airport and its site, they can look for this details using the ROU ICAO code. This is especially simple when Air Canada Rouge plane seat map is a matter of concern for the passenger. Air Canada Rouge is complemented with 45 flight companies with a fairly diverse Air Canada Rouge flight seat map. The planes travel to a large number of locations. The airplanes come with First, Business, Economy Premium and Economy cabins. All of them have various props and seat maps. In the mainity of planes, at least one DC power outlet is present. Depending on the class of a cabin, the carries include innovative features which allow for convenient flight.

The founders of seatmaps.com have created and assembled an exhaustive database of seatmaps of all the aircrafts that Air Canada Rouge operates. Click on the links below to see our entire array of seatmaps.

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Check in rules

Air Canada recommends checking in no later than: within Canada (domestic flights) 90 minutes before departure; to/from the United States 120-180 minutes before departure; and international flights 180 minutes before departure at Canadian airports and 240 minutes before departure at international airports. Online check-in begins 24 hours before departure and closes at least 45 minutes before departure for domestic flights and at least 60 minutes before departure for international flights (including the United States).

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Baggage

On Air Canada flights, each passenger is allowed one standard item plus one personal item free of charge. Passengers traveling on Air Canada and Air Canada rouge flights or Air Canada Express flights operated by Air Georgian, Exploits Valley Air, Jazz, or Sky Regional may be entitled to a free checked baggage allowance depending on the destination, fare purchased, and frequent flyer status. To calculate your baggage allowance and applicable fees, you can use the checked baggage calculator (http://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/airport/baggage/checked.html)

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Unaccompanied minors

Air Canada offers a service for unaccompanied minors. Children aged 8 to 11 (inclusive) may only travel unaccompanied if the Unaccompanied Minor service has been purchased. Children aged 12 to 17 years old can travel alone without restriction. The "Unaccompanied Minor" service is optional.

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Infants

Infants younger than 7 days old are not allowed on Air Canada flights. You can travel for free with an infant on your lap until his or her 2nd birthday on flights within Canada. Also, there is no charge for carrying an infant on your lap between Canada and the U.S., but taxes apply. Children under 2 years of age who occupy their own seat pay the applicable adult fare on flights within Canada and between Canada and the U.S. (no discount).

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Pets

Air Canada allows cats and dogs at least 12 weeks old to be transported in the cabin or in the baggage compartment. A pet carrier is considered one standard carry-on bag allowed on board. Soft-sided carriers are recommended for carriage in the cabin. The maximum dimensions of padded carriers must not exceed 27 cm in height, 40 cm in width and 55 cm in length.

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