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Air Canada is Canada’s national airline – and also the largest airline in the country. Fancy a city trip, or want to explore the beautiful Canadian nature? Opt for Air Canada: this airline flies to more than 20 Canadian destinations. Even if you want to travel to another country or continent, Air Canada is there for you, with more than 170 destinations worldwide. Air Canada was founded in 1936, then under the name of Trans-Canada Airlines. The airline has a large, modern fleet, and is the 8th largest one wordlwide when it comes to number of airplanes.

Book your flight ticket and fly Air Canada to your favourite destination!

All fares are per person, in Euro and ‘as from’. They are subject to availability and change without prior notice. All pre-payable taxes are included. File charges (from €15/p.p.) and cancellation and/or travel insurance are not included. Airport taxes may differ according to the departure date, booking class and flight route.

Why choose Air Canada?

Wide range of in-flight entertainment with over 600 hours of entertainment - Founding member of Star Alliance - Direct flights from Brussels, several times a week - Power supply on your flight - The largest airline in Canada - Beste Noord-Best North American airline (Skytrax & Business Traveler Magazine, 2014)

Flights from Brussels

Depending on the time of year, Air Canada takes you from Brussels to Montreal 4 to 7 days a week:

Departure Arrival Flight Number Days
10:30 12:25 AC833 Every day, except Wednesdays (until March 26)
10:35 12:30 AC833 Wednesdays (February 24 until March 23)
10:40 12:35 AC833 Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesdays, Sunday (from March 27)

Check in

International flight check-in stops well before flight departure at Air Canada, viz. 120 minutes. Checking in online or via your mobile phone starts 24 hours before flight departure. If you do not have access to a printer, you can print your boarding pass at the self-service check-in desks at the airport. In addition, you can send your boarding pass to your mobile phone. At the airport, you can check in from 12 hours before departure at the self-service check-in desks.

 

Luggage

If you’re travelling with Air Canada, you can always take at least 1 piece of checked baggage, regardless of class. The exact amounts are not only dependent on class, but also on escape route. On flights from Brussels to Canada, the following limitations for free baggage allowance apply:

Economy Class: 1 piece of checked baggage of max. 23 kg.

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Premium Economy Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 23 kg.

Premium Rouge Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 32 kg.

Business Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of max. 32 kg.

In addition, you can bring 1 piece of carry-on baggage (max. 10 kg and 23 x 40 x 55 cm) and 1 personal item (max. 10 kg and 16 x 33 x 43 cm) in all classes, free of charge. Personal items include for example laptops, duty-free purchases, camera bags and musical instruments. Frequent flyer travellers can, in general, bring more baggage free of charge. If you want to check how much baggage you can bring on your flight, check the convenient Air Canada online baggage calculator.

Luggage for children

Children travelling in the lap of their parent or attendant can bring 1 piece of checked baggage of max. 23 kg, and 1 piece of carry-on baggage of max. 10 kg. Children travelling in their own seat can bring the same amount of baggage, free of charge, as adults. In addition, in both cases, 1 small, foldable stroller and 1 car seat per child is allowed.

Special luggage

If you want to take special baggage on your flight, check the rules via the Air Canada website in advance. You will find all conditions for transporting sports equipment, hunting equipment and musical instruments. Musical instruments may, if their size allows it, be transported as checked or carry-on baggage at no additional charge (as long as they don’t exceed the restrictions for free baggage). This also applies to a large proportion of various sports and hunting equipment. It’s also possible to book a seat for your instrument; to do so, you can contact Air Canada Reservations. If you’re travelling with sports or hunting equipment, Air Canada advises to register these at least 24 hours before flight departure, by contacting Air Canada Reservations or Air Canada Vacations.

Liquids and gels

In carry-on luggage, liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols can only travel in containers of max. 100 ml each. These must be wrapped in a transparent and resealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre. One transparent plastic bag per person is allowed.

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Although Air Canada’s head office is located in Montreal, Toronto Pearson airport is the largest hub of Air Canada. Toronto Pearson International Airport is the most frequented airport in Canada with around 400.000 flights a year. The airport carries more passengers per year than the total population of Canada! From the airport, you can travel to downtown Toronto easily – the busiest city in Canada. You can take the bus, but the Union Pearson Express train is the easiest and fastest. This train will take you to the centre of Toronto in 25 minutes; and runs every fifteen minutes, 19.5 hours a day.

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On the plane

Air Canada has three different classes: Economy Class, Premium Economy Class and Business Class. If you travel from Brussels to Canada in Economy Class, your seat is equipped with a personal 8.9-inch screen and power supply between seats. During the flight, you will receive a free meal, snacks and beverages.

   

If you like travelling with just a little extra comfort, go for Premium Economy Class (only available on the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Boeing 777-300ER). You will get a more spacious seat that is even more adjustable, your own USB port, extra extensive meal options, and more.

As a Business Class passenger, you can relax in your spacious seat (with massage function) that can be adjusted into a fully flat bed. During the flight, you will be treated to a cocktail and a three-course menu, created by the celebrated Canadian chef David Hawksworth. Wines, selected by renowned sommelier Ken Chase, can accompany your meal.

The Air Canada enRoute in-flight entertainment system offers you over 600 hours of entertainment. You can choose from a selection of around 150 films, 200 TV shows, over 100 music albums and playlists and diverse audio books and podcasts.

Fleet

Air Canada has 168 aircrafts in house, including two Boeing 777 models, various Airbus aircrafts and the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Air Canada has 8 Dreamliners (787-8); and in 2019, 26 aircrafts will follow (787-9). All direct Air Canada flights from Brussels to Canada are on board of the Airbus A330-300. This aircraft is equipped with personal touchscreen television screens at every seat and power supplies between seats (Economy Class) or at every seat (Business).

   

Frequent flyer benefits

Air Canada is one of the founders of Star Alliance. Members of a frequent flyer programme of one of the Star Alliance members can enjoy diverse frequent flyer benefits at Air Canada. Furthermore, you will collect miles during your flight. Air Canada’s frequent flyer programme, Altitude, offers diverse extra possibilities such as lounge access, ample amounts of baggage free of charge and priority check-in, depending on your frequent flyer level. Air Canada Altitude is made up of five levels: Prestige 25K, Elite 35K, Elite 50K, Elite 75K and Super Elite 100K.

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Awards

Air Canada was named ‘Best Airline in North America’ in 2014 for the 5th year in a row during the Skytrax World Airline Awards. Business Traveler Magazine awarded Air Canada ‘Best North American Airline for International Travel’ in 2014, for the 7th year in a row. The magazine gave Air Canada the award for ‘Best North American Airline for Inflight Experience’ and ‘Best Airline in North America’ (10th year in a row), as well.


Disclaimer:

The information on this page is not legally binding. The information provided is subject to change. Airlines change their conditions regularly; visit the airline website for the latest information. Prices are starting prices, per person and in euros. Rates are subject to availability on return flights, including pre-pay airport taxes and excluding file charges (from € 12 pp), cancellation or all-in insurance. Because airport taxes depend on departure date, booking class and flight route, they can fluctuate compared to the rates mentioned here.