|Top route||Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl to Toronto Pearson Intl|
|Top airport||Toronto Pearson Intl|
Overall good experience. But there was no food, only drinks provided.
One Korean crew was not kind at all.
This company seems to have real labor issues. Many cancellations and delays due to crews not showing up.
I overheard someone talking of my weight. Just an incredibly disheartening experience
I didn’t even have a tv. The flight attendant was rude and said I could have a second drink option. Terrible service
Flight was cancelled just prior to the schedule due to not enough ground crews at the airport. So they moved me to connecting flights with American Airlines. The first flight was delayed, and the second one was several hours late also for a mechanical issue.
Had to return back due to the airplane having mechanical problems
Delayed, delayed. Ground took hours to get passenger abroad as they ask people to wait in the zone but did not send people out to check the passport and boarding pass like other carriers. So already delayed for hours further delay for another 40 min. Food was bad and quantity is not enough. Crew were helpful. And nice. If air canada do not improve on schedule and management of ground crew and the food no competition to Asian airline like Eva , Singapore , cathy or Thai airlines.
My flight from HKG to Vancouver was delayed until I have to take another flight then coming back from LA to HKG the flight was then delayed for quite a few hours again . The food in air canada need to be improved , not only it was bad but quantity was not enough. But crew were good and helpful. However ground crew were so slow in getting passengers on board and was further delayed for over half an hour. Can you imagine how we felt being further delayed because double check on everything . Unlike other carrier they send people on the line to check before going to the grate. Simple process like that can improve the speed of broading more than half the time. Instead getting people standing in zones and wait endlessly.
Never had to agree to a change in my flight booking. Very happy with the whole experience.
Need improvement in all departments
No hay nada de comer incluido ni una galleta
It was fine
The crew was great, delays both ways was terrible. We had to walk outside and climb stairs to plane which wasn't great for my hip that's full of arthritis.
Everything was very excellent The food was great The crew was so nice 🥰👌🏽 I really appreciate and loved travelling with Air Canada 🇨🇦
Staff was courteous and efficient. Boarding was 1h15 late with nearly perfect weather. Getting bags required just over 45 minutes after landing.
Just delayed trying to accommodate other passengers from cancelled flights.
The space is uncomfortably limited.
Service was very poor
Flight was fine but took off late by an hour with no explanation of why. Then when I arrived in Toronto rather than helping me get to my connecting flight they bumped me and several Others off the plane even though we made it to the gate before the plane left. They offered a hotel voucher overnight which was nice but they should have just held the flight for us - since there were multiple people connecting to it.
It's, by far, the best north American airline. Which isn't much to say for the rest of them....
Everything was good but random change of gates and delays made me unhappy.
Aisles are way to narrow. Seat cushions have lost all padding. Overhead storage was good. Seat numbers would be nice at the console area near the air flow for the plane we were on Could we not load the plane back to front.
Delayd caused a forced overnight. Huge time delay.
Staff was courteous and efficient
Flight left on time and landed early. Crew did a great job.
They cancelled the Vancouver-Comox flight last minute and did not give any information. Air Canada is the worst airline that has ever been.
Unfortunately no head sets for entertainment.
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