Air Canada Airlines Baggage Allowance 2023

How to Travel Worry-Free with Air Canada’s Baggage Policy (Latest) Did you know that Air Canada just changed their rules about bags? If you don’t know the latest rules about what you can and can’t bring on an airplane, it can cost you money and time. Don’t worry; this piece explains Air Canada’s stance on bags so that you won’t have any problems when you check in.

Air Canada Airlines Baggage Allowance Domestic / International

Facts You Should Know About Air Canada’s Baggage Policy, Even though all airlines follow some standard rules, it’s important to check your airline’s unique baggage policy before you travel. Read on to find out more about the important rules for Air Canada’s baggage policy.

Baggage Type & Size Restrictions

Baggage TypeSize Restrictions
Standard Article55cm x 23cm x 40cm
Personal Article33cm x 16cm x 43cm

Economy Class Fees:

RouteFirst BagSecond Bag3+ Bags
U.S. to/from Canada$30 (FREE for Flex, Comfort, and Latitude fare)$50 (FREE for Latitude fare)$100 each
U.S. to/from Mexico$30$50 (FREE for Latitude fare)$225 each
U.S. to/from EuropeIncluded (excluding Economy) Basic fares: $75)$100 (FREE for Latitude fare)$225 each
Canada to/from EuropeIncluded (excluding Economy) Basic fares: $75)$100 (FREE for Latitude fare)$225 each
Domestic U.S.Included (excluding Economy) Basic fares: $75)$100 (FREE for Latitude fare)$225 each
Domestic Canada$36 (FREE for Flex, Comfort, and Latitude fare)$60 (FREE for Latitude fare)$120 each

Air Canada Airlines Hand Baggage Allowances

Economy Class and Premium Economy: Passengers can bring one standard carry-on bag and one personal item. The carry-on bag can’t be bigger than 23 cm by 40 cm by 55 cm (9 in by 15.5 in by 21.5 in) and must fit in the overhead bin.

In Business Class, passengers can usually bring two normal carry-on bags and one personal item.

Air Canada Airlines Checked Baggage Allowance

Economy Class: The number of checked bags allowed depends on the type of price, the location, and the flight route. It can be anywhere from one to two bags, and each one can’t weigh more than 23 kg (50 lbs).

Premium Economy, Business, and First Class: Passengers in these classes can usually bring between 23 kg (50 lbs) and 32 kg (70 lbs) of luggage per bag.

Air Canada Airlines Excess/Extra Baggage Allowance & Fees

The table below shows how much Air Canada costs for extra, overweight, and extreme bags. If you have extra bags, big bags, or bags that are too heavy, you must get to the airport at least two hours before your trip.

Air Canada Baggage Fees
Departure – ArrivalAdditional BagOverweight BagOversized Bag
U.S.  to CanadaUSD 100–105 100–105USD 100–105
U.S. to the Caribbean, Bermuda, Costa Rica, MexicoUSD 225–265.50  100–118USD 100–118
Within CanadaUSD 100–115  105–115USD 105–115
Canada to Other International DestinationsUSD 225–265.50  100–118USD 100–118

If your bags are too big or heavy, you will have to pay extra for them. The fees are different for each path, fare class, and amount of extra. It is best to check Air Canada’s official website or call their customer service to find out more about their fees for extra bags.

Air Canada Airlines Baggage Allowance for Student

As part of this Offer, Eligible Students will have the checked baggage allowance outlined below: Economy Class: 3pcs, 23kg/pc, Maximum linear dimensions 158cm/pc.

More information about the Air Canada Airlines student baggage allowance is available at

How to Get in Touch with Air Canada

  • Here are some real phone numbers for Air Canada.
  • Air Canada’s phone numbers for making reservations are free of charge and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • For lost or broken bags, call +1-888-689-BAGS (2247) (toll-free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

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