Air Canada's New Flight Pass Lets You Take Unlimited Domestic Flights For A Set Price

There's no blackout dates and no cancellation fees.
Air Canada’s Infinite Canada Flight Pass Offers Unlimited Domestic Travel For A Set Price
Senior Editor

If you’ve ever dreamed of exploring the whole country, this ticket has got you covered. Air Canada’s Infinite Canada Flight Pass offers unlimited travel across the nation for one set price. There’s also no blackout dates, no cancellation fees and no charges to rearrange.

On Wednesday, Air Canada announced a new type of ticket that will allow Canadians to fly across the country as many times as they want.

For one set price, customers will be able to take unlimited trips across Canada for up to three months, without any blackout restrictions.

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The flat fee starts at $2,260 for one month. During that time, you can visit as many participating Canadian destinations as you like.

If you need a little longer to explore, there’s also a two-month and a three-month version that has the same per-month cost.

For those looking for a little luxury, you can upgrade to a Flex pass or a Latitude pass, which cost $2,825 and $5,650 respectively.

It's worth noting that these prices vary slightly depending on your home province.

The pass will also allow flyers to change or cancel their bookings without any fees, Air Canada confirmed.

To purchase the unlimited pass, you will need to be an Aeroplan member. 

If you don’t have one already, you can get a free membership online by enrolling on their website.

The offer is available in Canada now until September 23, 2020.

If you’re a student, the company also has a student ticket that also offers multiple flights, locked-in prices and flexible booking terms.

There’s also a Coast-to-Coast Flight Pass which is slightly cheaper than the unlimited version, and you can choose between a four- or an eight-flight package.

The airline also announced this week that customers booking select round-trip international flights will soon be covered by free COVID-19 insurance.

Some Canadian destinations still require visitors to quarantine, so it’s worth checking up-to-date public health measures at your destination before travelling.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

Helena Hanson
Senior Editor
Helena Hanson is a Senior Editor for Narcity Media, leading the Travel and Money teams. She previously lived in Ottawa, but is now based in the U.K.