With the official app of Canada’s largest domestic and international airline, you can conveniently book flights and manage travel to over 200 destinations worldwide. And now, with our latest release of the Air Canada mobile app, it’s now easier than ever to take flight from your mobile device.
Working with seasoned travellers we made the app simpler to navigate, removing unnecessary steps, fine tuning the speed, and enhancing its overall performance.
MEET YOUR NEW CO-PILOT
We overhauled the interface design to meet the demand for one handed use, perfect for those times when you need to check in with your right and sip a chai latte with your left.
FOLLOW THE LEADER
We added turn-by-turn in-terminal navigation, a first for a Canadian airline, available in Toronto (YYZ), Montreal (YUL), and Vancouver (YVR), with more coming soon.
BOOKING IS A BREEZE
Quickly and conveniently book flights and manage your trips on the go.
As your flight approaches, your boarding pass will appear in the ‘Trips’ tab. Your boarding pass is saved for offline use in the app but can also be added to Apple Wallet.
KNOW AS YOU GO
Stay up to date with notifications about flight and gate changes, cancellations, and booking changes.
Log in with your Aeroplan Number to sync all your bookings to the app with ease.
With the Rouge Player feature in the app, connecting your tablet or smartphone to stream hours of complimentary movies and TV shows during your Air Canada Rouge flight has never been so simple. Alternatively, you can surf from the sky by connecting your device to Gogo® Wi-Fi.
READY TO DOWNLOAD?
These functions apply when enabled:
• Location: your location data is used to show the closest airport(s) for booking, and flight status.
• Camera: add images to the feedback you send to Air Canada.
• Notifications: push notifications are used to send you service messages related to your upcoming travel.
• Wi-Fi connection: used to determine if internet access or a connection is available for the entertainment system on Air Canada Rouge flights.
• Your device identity log information (phone model, language, system and app version) is attached to comments you send when an issue is reported via the App.
Air Canada, PO Box 64239, RPO Thorncliffe, Calgary, Alberta, T2K 6J7 firstname.lastname@example.org
® Air Canada Rouge, Altitude and Star Alliance: registered trademarks of Air Canada in Canada
®† Aeroplan: registered trademark of Aeroplan Inc.
Version 5.2 brings back some favourite features, and includes several enhancements and bug fixes. Thank you for your patience and support.
We've introduced 3 new cards to the 'Overview' tab of each booking in 'Trips':
1. The 'Flight status' card, which will appear if your upcoming flight is affected by a delay or cancellation within 3 days of departure.
2. The 'Check-in' card, which presents itself when it's time to check-in.
3. The 'Seats' card, which provides access to a summary of selected or assigned seats across your upcoming flights, and reminds you to select your seats in case you haven't yet.
This release also includes:
• Seat assignment, meal, and flight status information incorporated into each flight's details in Trips.
• Easy access to your boarding pass from every tab of the app.
• Fixes to a number of bugs to improve the stability and performance of the app.
Do you have a suggestion or idea? Did you see a bug or something that isn't working correctly? You can reach us through the 'Customer support' section on the More tab.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Feels like they didn't even try
I hate to be snarky, but this app feels like the developer didn't even try to build and design a good app. Part of it is the ridiculous problem Air Canada already has by not being completely connected to its mileage program Aeroplan. The need to have to connect the accounts feels redundant and wastes my time. The developer should take a look at the Delta Airlines app, which is marvelous. At a minimum I should be able to open the app and see my Aeroplan FF#. But nope. There's a link to submit ideas, so I thought I'd submit THAT as an idea for improvement, and weirdly, it sent me to a generic form used for solving customer service issues with a flight. As for user experience, do you all not care? Because it kind of seems like that. And it's pretty consistent with the abysmal customer service I've received from Air Canada and Aeroplan. (Sigh.)
Worst airline app
I’m a million miles flier with Air Canada. I’m now traveling mostly on US carriers so only rarely travel on Air Canada. Compared to US carriers apps, Air Canada is pretty similar to some airline apps in of minor carriers. Wow!!!
Seat selection does not work
App is as bad as AC service.......select seats 4 legs, but app never completes, continues to spin without ever getting to a SAVE button.....
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