Air Canada in a nutshell

Air Canada, founded in 1937, is the flag carrier of Canada. Its headquarters are located in Montreal, Quebec. The hubs of this airline are Toronto Pearson International Airport, Montréal–Trudeau International Airport, Vancouver International Airport and Calgary International Airport. Its focus cities are St. John's International Airport, Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport and Halifax Stanfield International Airport. With a fleet of 189 aircraft, the air carrier serves about 222 destinations around the globe. Hence, passengers can make Air Canada reservations and fly to any destination they want to.

Baggage Allowance
Carry- ons
Passengers are allowed to take along one piece of carry-on baggage along with one personal item. The dimensions of the baggage should not be more than 21 x 9 x 15 inches. The dimensions of the personal item should not exceed 13 x 6 x 17 inches. The carry-ons should be light enough for you to be able to store it in the overhead bin without any assistance.

Checked Baggage
Passengers are allowed to carry one piece of checked baggage the weight of which doesn’t exceed 51 lb. Its linear dimension should not be more than 62 inches. Please note that checked baggage allowance is subject to change depending on the route you’re flying in and the status of your frequent flyer program.