Air Canada Has A Flight Pass That Lets You Travel Coast To Coast Whenever You Want

But there's a small catch!
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Air Canada Flight Pass Lets You Travel Coast To Coast Whenever You Want

Are you ready to travel? The Air Canada flight pass lets you travel within the country whenever you want and you don't have to buy tickets every single time you fly. However, there is a small catch.

Air Canada is offering a Coast-to-Coast Flight Pass which makes travelling throughout the country flexible.

It's a pre-paid package with four or eight flight credits.

So, when you buy one of the passes, you're buying four or eight one-way trips per person, which include connecting flights.

That means you don't have to buy a ticket each time you want to travel, you can just use your pass.

The four-credit one is for up to two travellers and the eight-credit one is for up to four travellers.

You can buy this pass until September 1 and it's valid for 15 months from when you get it. There is an option to extend it by three months but that will cost you.

All the flight credits have to be used during that time.

So you have to book and actually take your trip within those months.

The flight pass can be used to go to any of the airline's Canadian destinations.

With this offer, you can change or cancel your flight for free up to just one hour before the departure time.

Though it's important to know that you have to be an Aeroplan member to buy the pass.

However, it is free to join so if you want to take advantage of this but aren't already a member, it's not hard to do.

It could take up to 72 hours for your membership to become active once you sign up.

The price of this pre-paid package will differ between provinces and territories because of taxes. A four-credit pass for someone in Ontario is $1,469 while that same one for a person in Alberta is only $1,365.

If you're thinking about getting the pass, there are already some provinces that you can travel to without having to quarantine for 14 days when you get there.

Air Canada recently announced the end of service on 30 domestic routes because of low travel demand during the pandemic.

The airline is operating its summer schedule now but there are almost 100 destinations to fly to this year, which is down from 220 in 2019.

Lisa Belmonte
Trending Senior Staff Writer
Lisa Belmonte is a Senior Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Trending Desk focused on government of Canada jobs and is based in Ontario.
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