Air Canada is the national airline of Canada and the country's largest airline in terms of aircraft size and passengers carried. Its headquarters are in the Saint-Laurent borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The airline transports passengers and cargo to 207 destinations around the world through scheduled and charter flights.
Aeromexico allows its passengers to carry one standard carry-on baggage and one personal item like a handbag, backpack, laptop bag, etc. All the carry-on items and personal items should fit in the overhead bin under the seat. The carry-on luggage should not exceed 45 linear inches or 155 cm in size and should not exceed 22 LB or 10 kgs in maximum weight.
Air Canada allows its passengers to carry one standard check-in bag. The check-in bag should not exceed 62 inches or 158 cm in size and should not exceed 50 pounds or 23 kg in weight.
Any baggage which exceeds the standard 50 pounds or 23 kg will be charged additional fees. Any baggage exceeding 70 pounds or 32 kilograms will not be permitted as checked baggage. Baggage weighing between 51- 70 pounds will be charged around 100 dollars per bag.
Air Canada offers its travelers four ticketing options. They also include several in-flight offerings that provide a state-of-the-art facility that is able to meet international travel requirements in accordance with other major airlines. These are the following classes of Air Canada:
Online check-in : You can receive a printable electronic boarding pass on your mobile device or computer for your Air Canada flight at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure through online check-in.
Mobile check-in : Through mobile check and you can receive a printable electronic boarding pass on your mobile device for your Air Canada at least 24 hours before the departure.
Self-check-in kiosk : Around 12 Hours to 45 minutes before your departure time, depending on your destination, you can also opt for self-check-in kiosks available at the airport to obtain a boarding pass.
Airport check-in counter : Around 4 hours to 30 minutes before your departure time, depending on your destination, you can check in for your Air Canada flight at the Air Canada airline ticket counter to receive a boarding pass.