About Altitude Skyriders Family travel
Login Join now FR
Get the lowdown on strollers and bassinets
Packing, travel preparation
The ins and outs about your child’s baggage allowance
Published On:

The ins and outs of your child’s baggage allowance

Checked baggage rules

To/from all destinations, you can check a car seat or booster seat for infants and children aged 0 to 11, free of charge in addition to their regular baggage allowance.

Be sure to write their name and address on all devices with a permanent marker.

Not sure how many bags you can check on your next trip? Be sure to learn more before leaving.

Carry-on baggage rules

In addition to the regular carry-on allowance, a child restraint device is also accepted as carry-on item, provided that a seat has been purchased for your infant or child.

Infant sling/wrap carriers similar to Snugly™ or Baby Bjorn™ are accepted in addition to the infant’s carry-on allowance if required for use on board the aircraft. These carriers are not approved for use as a "restraint device" and may not be used during taxi, take-off, and landing, or at any time the seat belt sign is illuminated. You will have to remove the infant from the carrier every time the seat belt sign is illuminated.


Share this article
Taking the plane should be something your children look forward to

Air Canada Altitude SkyridersTM aims to make flying magical for them, and that begins with this special starter kit.