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Air Canada is the largest Canadian airline and the flag carrier of the country. Founded in 1937, Air Canada is one of the top 10 largest airlines in the world by fleet size. Today Air Canada flies to more than 180 destinations around the globe, with scheduled and charter passenger flights and cargo transports. It is a founding member of the Star Alliance.

The airline operates six weekly direct flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport to Toronto. Starting June 2017, the airline will increase this number to seven weekly flights. In addition, Air Canada will operate direct flights from Tel Aviv to Montreal twice a week. All the flights to Canada are served in Terminal 3.

Information correct as of March 2017

Why Fly With Air Canada

How to Check-in

Check-in period starts from 24 hours before your flight up until 60 minutes before when you depart from Ben Gurion Airport, Canada, and the US. When you leave from Tel Aviv, the gate closes 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time, and 15 minutes from other destinations. After the online check-in, you can print your boarding pass at home or an airport kiosk.You can also do a mobile check-in and have your ticket sent to your device. Starting 12 hours prior to your flight, you can use the self-check-in kiosks at the airport. During the check-in process, you can buy a seat, indicate how many bags you want to check in and pay for any excess baggage, make changes and upgrades when available and if eligible, add and renew frequent flyer plans and more.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Every Air Canada’s passenger may board the plane with one standard item and one personal item, regardless of your destination. The standard item can be no larger than 55x40x23 cm. There is no weight restriction, but you should be able to store it in the overhead bin with no assistance. The personal item measurements are 33x43x16. Travelers from Tel Aviv to Toronto are eligible for free luggage. The allowance depends on your fare and class. Economy and Premium Economy passengers have one free piece of luggage. It may not exceed a sum of 158 cm and 23 kg. A second bag costs $100 CAD. Any additional bag costs $225 CAD. Oversized and overweight bags costs $100 CAD, but may not be larger than 292 cm and heavier than 32 kg. Premium Rouge Class allows you to check-in two free pieces of luggage. Each additional bag costs $225. If you hold a Business Class ticket, you can bring two items of up to 32 kg for free. Elite members of frequent flyers programs may have more allowance and discounts.

Seating

All passengers can choose their standard seat in advance for free. If you need that extra legroom, you can purchase a preferred seat. It costs $50-199 CAD. It is free of charge if you are traveling on a Latitude fare. Some tickets will give you a 50% discount.

Service on Board

All Economy Class passengers from Tel Aviv to Toronto will be served with a hot meal after take-off with additional services depending on flight times. Complimentary selection of wine, spirits and nonalcoholic beverages are also available. If you have an Economy Premium fare, you will be greeted with a welcome drink as you settle into your seat. Business Class travelers will enjoy a selection of seasonal dining options created by Chef Hawksworth, including appetizers, main courses, and desserts. To compliment your experience, you can choose between wines from Canada, Europe, and New Zealand. A personal touch-screen TV is available for all seats, with hundreds of hours of leading entertainment TV shows, movies and music. There is also an in-seat power for your device. A convenient duty-free shopping service will be offered during the flight.

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