Americans with elite status on an American airline can complete a status match to get status on Air Canada until the end of the year. Find out more in this post.
Flight passes are essentially pre-paid flight segments at a fixed cost that are offered by some airlines. Flight passes are often marketed for the flexibility they offer travelers and their cost-effective price. In this post, we evaluate Air Canada’s Weekend Flight Pass to help you figure out if it is a good deal for you.Continue reading “Should You Buy the Air Canada Weekend Flight Pass?”
Last Updated on January 18, 2021: In the last few years, airlines have been adapting their policies to make it easier for humans to travel with their dogs in the cabin as opposed to the cargo hold. In this post, we share 5 tips to help you fly safely and seamlessly with your beloved canineContinue reading “Plan – 5 Tips for Flying with Your Dog”
In spring of 2018, Air Canada upgraded their business class product by introducing “Air Canada Signature Service” on select flights. Having flown on Air Canada in business class domestically and internationally in the past, I was excited to get upgraded on our flight from YYZ-YVR this past February to experience the new Signature Service productContinue reading “Flight Review – Air Canada Signature Service 777 YYZ – Toronto to YVR – Vancouver AC 103”
Winter is a time when many of us just want to get away from the cold and snow and it’s also the time when it’s the most difficult to travel. During the polar vortex, thousands of flights were cancelled and hundreds more today when a winter storm hit Southern Ontario. Like many travelers, we’ve experiencedContinue reading “Winter Travel Woes – 5 Tips to Mitigate Disasters”
When we talk about airline and hotel points, we often think back to our first around the world trip in 2010 when we traveled for 3 months through 10 countries and pretty much stayed at hotels 4* and above the entire time with top-tier elite status in a major hotel rewards program which meant roomContinue reading “Tips to Maximize Hotel and Airline Points for Travel”
As a child-free couple, it is a lot easier for us to pack and go on trips than those who are traveling with little ones; within 15 minutes we have our carry-ons packed and head out to the airport. Recently, we traveled with our 6 year old niece, 3 year old nephew and their parentsContinue reading “Tips: How to Travel with a Toddler”