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Air Transat

Air Transat is Canada’s third-largest airline based in Montreal with two main operating hubs at Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport and Toronto-Pearson Airport. The airline offers flights to over 60 destinations, many of which are seasonal flights to popular holiday destinations around North and Central America, although they also offer many flights to Europe all year round. The airline was founded in 1987 and has become one of North America’s finest airlines winning an array of awards.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with Air Transat

How to Check in

Passengers flying with Air Transat are able to check-in online at most airports, although you will need to check-in in person at airports where online check-ins are not supported. The online check-in service is available from 24 hours up to 2 hours before scheduled flight departure times, while any passengers with baggage to drop off will need to do so at least an hour before flights leave. Domestic flights and some flights leaving Canada also support self-service check-ins at the airport, or passengers can do things the old fashioned way and check-in at an Air Transat counter. For international flights counters open 4 hours before flights, while for domestic flights they open 3 hours prior to departure.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Air Transat allow travelers to check baggage into the hold, although how much you are allowed depends on your cabin class, destination and ticket type. For examples, on flights to Europe those flying in Club Class are able to bring two items up to 32kg each, while in Economy passengers can bring one bag up to 23kg. Flying on an Option Plus fare entitles passengers to bring an additional bag up to 23kg. Passengers on Air Transat flights are also entitled to bring hand baggage on board, although specific allowances vary according to your destination. Be sure to check directly with the airline for up-to-date information about your allowance for your flight.

Seating

Air Transat flights offer a regular Economy Class alongside a premium Club Class for those who like flying in supreme comfort. In Economy Class passengers are afforded ample legroom with a seat pitch of 31-33 inches, while this is slightly increased in Club Class with a seat pitch of 34-36 inches. During the booking or check-in process, travelers are able to select a seat before boarding the flight at no extra charge. All passengers are served complimentary meals and drinks on European flights, although Economy passengers will need to purchase snacks and drinks on other flights.

Booking Fees

There are no hidden charges applicable when booking flights with Air Transat.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.