Air Canada Student Discount
Air Canada at a Glance
Air Canada is Canada's largest airline and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, the Canada to US transborder market and in the international market to and from Canada. In 2016, Air Canada together with its Air Canada Express regional partners carried close to 45 million passengers, offering direct passenger service to 200+ destinations on 6 continents. Air Canada is also a founding member of Star Alliance™, providing the world's most comprehensive air transportation network.
Fly the World via Canada
Traveling between the US and the rest of the world is now easier than ever when you fly with Air Canada. Connect in either Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver to a global network of over 200 destinations in Europe, Asia, South America and more. For more information on the seamless connection, check out Air Canada's connection guide.
Striving for Excellence Everyday, Everywhere
Air Canada has been awarded North America’s Best Airline for the sixth time in the past eight years. They have teamed up with StudentUniverse to provide you the best student discounts on airfare. Study abroad, vacation, backpacking— whatever your reason for travel, Air Canada and StudentUniverse will get you there cheap and easy.
Features of Flying Air Canada
Enjoy over 600 hours of complimentary on-demand entertainment with your personal touch-screen television when you fly Air Canada. Choose from movies, TV shows, music, and more! On Air Canada rouge – download the app before you go to stream all your inflight entertainment.
Be sure to download the app to check-in for your flight as well as receive an electronic boarding pass! They are using the best technology to keep passengers in the know about flight information
When traveling with Air Canada, your complimentary baggage allowance is determined by your fare, destination and frequent flyer status. Checking a bag? Air Canada makes it easy for you. For example, a traveler checking a bag in Shanghai via Montreal to Boston is not required to reclaim his/her bag in Canada nor go through Canadian Customs. The traveler would go through US Customs in Montreal and arrive as a domestic passenger would in Boston.
Be sure to follow the size and weight limitations to avoid extra fees. Take advantage of their website to find out the baggage policies for your trip. Find out your free baggage allowance online.