Air Canada is trying to get Canadians back into the skies by offering a coast-to-coast flight pass to get citizens to travel across the country.
The Coast-to-Coast Flight Pass is a “flexible and cost-efficient way to travel this year,” states the airline’s website.
Air Canada’s Flight Pass is comprised of a fixed or unlimited number of flight credits which can be “managed online with ease,” according to the airline. One flight credit is the equivalent to a single one-way trip per person (including connecting flights.)
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Air Canada says the flight deals have locked-in costs meaning prices per flight credit is guaranteed. Flyers can also earn Altitude qualifying miles and customers can change or cancel flights for free up to an hour before departure.
The airline does warn that travel may not be possible between all cities, and to verify eligible itineraries for travel prior to purchase.
The airline is offering personal and business class credits, ranging from four credits to 200 and two to 85 travellers.
Air Canada says travellers can “fly to any of our Canadian destinations with this package of one-way flight credits,” if you purchase by September 1, 2020.
Visit the Flight Pass website for full prices and locations.