Before You Go
Make sure you're prepared, and you have everything you need before you go on your next trip.
Prepare for your vacation
- Check-in anytime within 24 hours of departure
- Check your flight status
- Print travel tickets and vouchers
- Add an Aeroplan® number to your booking
- Verify carry-on and checked baggage allowances
- Verify check-in and boarding times
- Check off our travel packing lists for a trip to Europe or for a beach vacation!
Access your booking online here to modify or manage your booking or contact us toll-free at 1 866 529-2079.
- To reserve your seat in advance, go to our Manage Your Booking page online or call us at 1 866 529-2079, after completing your booking. Make sure to have your confirmation number handy.
- Advanced seat selection starts at $20 each way. Check out advanced seat selection prices per seat type and destination.
- Free advanced seat selection is available to all passengers travelling in Business Class service.
Upgrade your flight to Business Class or Premium Economy.
Booked a cruise? Register your cruise online.
Booked a Disney® package? Check-in online 10 days prior to departure.
Travel restrictions and mandatory safety protocols may be in place at certain destinations, on flights, and at airports, hotels and on cruise ships. The availability of services and facilities may be impacted.
Use this interactive tool to check out the latest government entry requirements and COVID-19 measures in place at your destination.
Canada re-entry requirements
Since October 1, 2022, there are no COVID-19 border requirements, including vaccination and the mandatory use of ArriveCAN. Travellers arriving in Canada no longer need to meet COVID-19 testing, quarantine or isolation requirements.
There are no longer requirements to wear masks on-board flights. Although the masking requirement is lifted, customers are recommended to wear high-quality and well-fitted masks for the length of their journey. International destinations may still require face coverings. Find out your destination travel restrictions.
Passengers do not need to be fully vaccinated to board a flight within, to, or from Canada.
Travel requirements to international destinations are determined by the government of each country and vary from country to country.
Requirements may include, but are not limited to, proof of vaccination, proof of a negative COVID-19 test, entry forms, face coverings, on-arrival testing and quarantine. Documents and test types required for your outbound travel may differ from those required for the return. It is your responsibility.
In order to be prepared, we encourage all travellers to consult the government websites of their selected destination prior to their departure for more information, or review this interactive tool.
Depending on your destination, a negative COVID-19 test result taken within a specified time frame may be required prior to departure, upon landing, or both. Certain countries require a negative COVID-19 test result even if you are only connecting through to another destination. You may not be able to board your flight without the correct documentation. Learn more.
Certain cruise lines have updated their pre-cruise testing requirements. Be sure to check out our Cruise page for your cruise line’s vaccination requirements, health protocols and safety measures before you hit the high seas.
While Air Canada Vacations makes best efforts to keep the information on this page updated, due to fast-changing government mandates and restrictions Air Canada Vacations is not responsible for the accuracy of this information. We encourage all travellers to validate the information directly with the concerned governmental authorities.
You may be required to pay for a local insurance fee per person upon registration or entry into a country. Please note that the amount of the local insurance fee is not reflected in your package booking price and will need to be paid separately to the local authorities of the destination you are visiting.
Ensure also that you are in compliance with the entry requirements of your destination, such as government-or airport authority-imposed taxes/tourist levies which are not included in your fare and can be collected upon arrival in or before departure from the country you are visiting (ex. Mexico’s Quintana Roo Tourist Tax).
We encourage you to consult the government websites of your selected destination prior to your departure for more information.
Be sure to stay up to date with the local news of the destination you'll be travelling to.
Visit our Travel Advisories page for latest news and updates.
Travellers can trust us for vacations with peace of mind. If the U.S. National Hurricane Center/Tropical Prediction Center (NHC/TPC) issues a Tropical Storm Warning, Hurricane Watch or Hurricane Warning for your selected vacation destination within 48 hours of your departure, you may be able to change your date, change your destination or choose from other rebooking options. Options may differ if you have an Air Canada Vacations Group or Cruise booking, please contact us for more details.