Travelers scour the baggage claim at Toronto’s Pearson airport for their luggage. Flight delays and … [+]
Last week, Air Canada announced that it was cancelling more than 9000 flights (which amounts to over 150 flights a day) in July and August in an effort to reduce unprecedented strain on the airline industry.
It’s important to note that Air Canada must abide by The Canadian Transportation Agency’s rules under the Air Passenger Protection Regulations that determine when you are eligible for compensation due to a flight delay that causes a late arrival at your final destination. The carrier now has a handy one-stop reference page on its website that details all the various compensation passengers would be eligible for in the case of a delay or cancellation. You can read more on the site.
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If you can’t locate your checked baggage upon arrival, your first step is to notify a baggage service agent of the airline with which your flight terminates. You’ll need to provide your contact information, a detailed description of your luggage and your baggage claim stubs and boarding passes.
This information will be used to create a WorldTracer incident report. You can then visit the WorldTracer website to see the status of your lost luggage. You can read more about what to do on the Air Canada’s website.
Travellers scour the baggage claim at Toronto’s Pearson airport for their luggage. Flight delays and … [+]
According to a press release, Air Canada’s new measures also include: