|Top route||Vancouver Intl to Toronto Pearson Intl|
|Top airport||Toronto Pearson Intl|
Direct flight is the only plus. Otherwise food is poor quality and the bags took forever to arrive in Toronto. They were fast in Delhi airport though.
On time departures, early arrivals, great crews. Can't ask for any better
Easy check in, excellent onboard service.
Easy Covid check in. Excellent onboard service.
On the plus side: Short, easy flight with no issues. On the minus side: Coach seats are narrow, uncomfortable, & close-packed. The flight was full, I felt totally sardined and I am NOT a large person. Also, as the flight was taxiing to the runway they played what felt like an endless stream of commercials with the audio broadcast through the plane's speakers. And of course, the one speaker directly over my head was SO FREAKING LOUD I needed to put my fingers in my ears. That volume also applied to virtually every announcement that was made over the course of the flight as well. So yeah - we got there quickly and in one piece, but it was a fairly miserable experience.
Good flight. On time. A bit crowded but organized and reasonably comfortable. Good job air Canada!
Seats are way too tight. If seats are a little bit wider then I will take AC again.
Just pretzels and a soda??? How about a butter tart or some other sort of dessert type food.
Too many late departures, but the most decent AC flight in ages
We were in business class and had to go and find someone to get a drink a couple of times during the flight. Meanwhile, the lady in front of me slept for the first part of the flight and had her dinner later (making a lot of noise) and the steward treated her like royalty. Deplaning was also extremely odd as they spent 15 minutes letting all people off first that had to catch other flights. We were only 15 minutes late. I’ve almost never had to do that before, and only when we were extremely late. Almost seemed like this crew was new and/or inexperienced. Im sure they are going to blame Covid!
horrible experience, almost like a death wish. 4 hours delay, scary flight, extreme turbulence
They simply did a great job. Covid makes it more complicated but they rose to the occasion. Maybe too many announcements
Everything when without a hitch
The transfer in Toronto for my connection , was a close call. The custom lines were long . More time needed between flights for no issue for connecting flight.
After boarding waited at gate for 2 hours to repair maintenance issue.
Departure gate was announced very late as flight was delayed.
Chaotic boarding. Gate agents didn’t use PA system so lots of confusion. Packed flight of course with more carry ons than space. Passenger next to me kept invading my space.
I did not use this return flight as I was going to Europe for work. The flight coming to Montreal 7 days prior was flawless. There was a 50 min delay that was not unexpected. Nothing wrong on Kayak or Air Canada about this flight.
Flight is very crowded. No distanciation.
When getting off the plane in the rain umbrellas should have been provided, the cost is next to nothing and means a good customer service.
Getting a snack of peanuts would be better than the snack provided, pretzels.
Efficient staff. Crowded flight but well managed.
No food service on flight despite food service on outbound flight.
The flight attendants were very very helpful Very efficient Boarding was very smooth Very good experience
Other passengers continue to be the hardest part of flying now.
Wifi not activated even though wifi is installed onboard
We had to run to catch our flight. An announcement should have been made that they would wait for us. When we were departing our flight from Hfx. There was commotion became the flight attendants asked for passengers to wait that weren’t connecting to another flight,a passenger yelled out for everyone to SIT DOWN that weren’t connecting. I feel that the air craft should be exited the same way as is boarded,by zones.Also,if people are connecting then those passengers should be exited first,an announcement to suggest that people wait DOES NOT WORK. So much for social distancing!
Worst airlines ever used
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