Air Canada - Flight Cancellations

Important information about Air Canada
Air Canada Plane

The flag carrier of Canada operates flights across the world, totalling at 217 destinations. In terms of fleet size and passengers, Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline. The leisure airline has long brought customers to their destination; founded back in 1937, the airline was originally named Trans-Canada Airline, later to be named Air Canada in 1965.

In 2017Air Canada carried over 48 million passengers, rising to almost 51 million by 2018. It is no surprise that it has that many customers due to it flying hundreds of daily flights along with others representing Air Canada.

The Air Canada fleet flies to 65 domestic destinations, and 158 international destinations. It proudly operates more non-stop routes between the United States and Canada than any other carrier. This includes the many daily non-stop flights between Canada and New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C, California and Florida. While the Canadian airline offers constant flights to other American destinations, those flying from and within the EU may be entitled to compensation if passengers endured a flight delay, cancellation or overbooking.

  • Short Distance

    Short Distance


    Up to 1500km

    (e.g. London - Edinburgh)

  • Medium Distance

    Medium Distance


    Up to 3500km

    (e.g. London - Athens)

  • Long Distance

    Long Distance


    From 3500km

    (e.g. London - Tokyo)



Don’t take any excuses! Vouchers for food or hotels don’t negate the airline’s responsibility to pay your compensation

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