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Air Transat (TS) seat maps

Air Transat was established in December 1986 and began operations on November 14, 1987. It is Canada's main airline. It is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The company performs charter and scheduled flights. During the summer season, the airline mainly serves routes to Europe. The route network is reoriented to airports in Mexico, the United States, the Caribbean, and South America in the winter season. In total, Air Transat serves 76 routes. The company's fleet consists of 32 airplanes.

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Check in rules

Check-in can be done online or at the airport. Online check-in is offered 24-2 hours before departure from most airports. Passengers must hand in their boarding passes (printed or electronic versions), luggage tags, and luggage before the check-in desks close. Passengers arriving for check-in after this time may be denied boarding. Boarding closing time: international flight - 30 minutes before departure, domestic flight - 15 minutes before departure.

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Baggage

Checked-in baggage may weigh up to 23 kg. An additional fee is charged if the bag's weight exceeds the permitted weight (maximum 32 kg). Checked-in bag can be up to 158 cm in linear dimensions (length + width + height). An additional fee is charged if the bag exceeds this size (up to a maximum of 292 cm).

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Unaccompanied minors

Children ages 8-17 may travel independently when purchasing VIP service for unaccompanied minors. Children under 12 years of age will be charged the adult fare if they travel without a parent/legal guardian, in addition to the VIP service fee. This service is not available on connecting or codeshare flights.

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Infants

Infants less than seven days old are not allowed on flights. A child is considered an infant until the age of two. For safety reasons, an adult 16 years of age or older may not travel with more than one infant at a time, no matter how many seats are purchased. Destination country travel documents are required for any infant under two years of age. An infant does not need a separate seat and can travel as a lap baby for free on flights within Canada and between Canada and destinations in the United States or the South

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Pets

Only domestic cats and dogs are accepted. All other animals are not allowed on flights. However, cats and dogs can be transported as checked baggage in the cargo hold if the total weight of the animal and the carrier does not exceed 32 kg. Animals up to 10 kg including the carrier can be carried in the cabin. For pets traveling in the cabin, carriers must not exceed 21.5 cm x 40 cm x 45 cm. The carrier's dimensions may not exceed 123 cm x 81 cm x 90 cm for pets traveling as checked baggage.

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