Air canada baggage fees 2018 – ag gaston funeral home birmingham al


With Air Canada you may bring 2 items with you onto the plane as carry-on. Air Canada no longer limits the weight of your carry-on, although you must be able to place it in the overhead bin yourself. Size limitations still apply. The first standard carry-on item is limited in size to 23x40x55cm. The smaller second item is considered your "personal item", and is limited in size to 16x33x43cm.

** Cremated remains may be carried on board provided they are stored in an urn, or a cardboard or wooden box (with a tight-fitting lid to ensure no spillage) that can be security screened. The remains must be accompanied by a certificate of cremation or a death certificate.

You can store your wedding dress in the overhead bin provided it is within our carry-on baggage size restrictions (23 cm x 40 cm x 55 cm – 9 in x 15.5 in x 21.5 in). The dress should be stored in a garment bag and should be folded in half to reduce wrinkling. Please note that carry-on items can shift during the flight, possibly causing delicate items to be wrinkled, crushed or torn, and that items placed in overhead bins may have other items placed on top of them by other passengers.

If your baggage exceeds your free checked baggage allowance (in number, size, and/or weight), you will need to pay additional checked baggage charges. Please note, these fees are meant as a guideline, and may vary by itinerary. Taxes are not included in the prices listed below.

Any portable battery-powered medical device that is related to a passenger’s disability or medical condition and is needed in flight or required immediately upon arrival (e.g. dialysis equipment, feeding tube, CPAP or Personal Oxygen Concentrator)

Baggage identification tags are supplied to all our customers at check-in counters and we ask that you use them to identify your baggage and any equipment, including a wheelchair. A specially-designed tag for wheelchairs alerts our customer service agents whether your chair must be delivered to the aircraft door or the baggage room.

Although washrooms on most aircraft are fully accessible to passengers using the on-board wheelchair, please note that not all Jazz and Tier 3 carrier aircraft have an on-board wheelchair able to access the plane’s washrooms. If this is an important consideration for you, please contact Air Canada Reservations and ask for the Medical Assistance Desk to make the necessary arrangements for your flight.

You will need to ensure that your animal is harnessed and certified as having been trained to assist a person with a disability by a professional service animal institution (as a requirement under the Canadian Air Transportation Regulations), and

If you are travelling on a flight segment scheduled to take 8 hours or more, you must: advise Air Canada Reservations 48 hour in advance of travel, and be at the airport for check-in one hour prior to the normal check-in time for your flight.

If you wish to travel with a dog* an emotional support or psychiatric service animal, you will need to ensure that your animal is harnessed. You must also provide supporting documentation in the form of an original letter on the letterhead of a licensed mental health professional (e.g. a psychologist, a psychiatrist, the general practitioner who is treating the passenger’s mental or emotional disability, or a licensed clinical social worker), dated within one year of your departure date.