Checked Baggage Customers travelling on Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz flights are allowed to check the following amounts of luggage free of charge ( if your itinerary includes a flight operated by another airline, please refer to the code share flights page as baggage allowance and fees may vary with other carriers): Maximum number of bags* (per person)Maximum weight per bag*Maximum linear dimensions per bag** (length + width + height)Economy Service Tango, Tango Plus fares (Canada, USA including Hawaii)*** Includes Aeroplan economy and Airmiles redemption tickets Includes Air Canada Vacations (ACV) economy.1 bag Second bag can be checked for $25 CAD/USD23kg (50lb)158cm (62in) Economy Service(Latitude fares and International travel****) 2 bags23kg (50lb)158cm (62in) Executive Class,Executive First and Star Alliance Gold(Executive Class) Includes Aeroplan business and Air Canada Vacations business.3 bags32kg (70lb) Total weight of all 3 bags not to exceed 69kg (150lb).158cm (62in) Star Alliance Gold (Economy Class) 3 bags23kg (50lb)158cm (62in) Air Canada Super Elite and Elite (in any class of service)4 bags32kg (70lb) Total weight of all 4 bags not to exceed 92kg (200lb).158cm (62in) Air Canada Prestige and Star Alliance Silver (when travelling in Economy)2 bags23kg (50lb)158cm (62in) Infants- with or without a seat travelling in Economy2 bags + one stroller to be checked in at the gate23kg (50lb)158cm (62in)Infants - without a seat travelling in Executive/Executive First2 bags + one stroller to be checked in at the gate23kg (50lb)158cm(62in) Infants - occupying a seat in Executive/Executive First Class3 bags + one stroller to be checked in at the gate32kg (70lb)158cm (62in)*No piece may exceed a weight of 32 kg (70lb) or linear dimensions (length + width + height) of 292 cm (115 in) or a length of 203 cm (80 in). For baggage exceeding limits in number, size and/or weight, please refer to Excess Baggage Fees.**Garment bags may exceed these linear dimensions, though the maximum number and weight restrictions still apply.***Baggage allowance for customers who have purchased Tango and Tango Plus fares and are travelling within Canada and between Canada and continental U.S. including Hawaii.****Baggage allowance for customers who have purchased Latitude fares and are travelling within Canada and between Canada and continental U.S. including Hawaii. Also applies to customers who have purchased any Economy fares and are travelling to a destination outside Canada and continental U.S. including Hawaii. Exception: To/from Brazil: Due to local restrictions, the maximum weight per bag is 32kg (70lb). For Executive Class, Executive First and Star Alliance Gold, total weight of all three bags not to exceed 69kg (150lb). For Air Canada Super Elite, total weight of all four bags not to exceed 92kg (200lb). Traveling with special items? Important information on planning, pre-registering, and packing: Sports Equipment Hunting Equipment Musical Instruments Important information: Passengers flying on code share flight(s). No bags exceeding 32kg (70lb) in weight or 292cm (115in) in linear dimensions will be accepted as checked baggage. Please contact Air Canada Cargo for handling. Customers who have opted out of the checked baggage allowance are not entitled to check any bags for free. Customers wishing to opt back in to check baggage will be charged $50 per direction. Security Enhancements - Duty Free Passengers with connecting flights are advised not to purchase liquids or gels in containers over 100ml/100g (3.4oz) on board the aircraft (or at duty-free), if they do not have: access to checked luggage between connecting flights; or room in their checked luggage to pack their duty-free purchases before re-checking their bags for their next flight. Duty free liquids in containers over 100ml/100g (3.4oz) that are placed in carry-on baggage will be confiscated at the security checkpoint, and additional charges may apply to check the items in. Packing Tips Do not wrap bungee cords, ties or straps around baggage. Remove all old airline tags from your luggage. Attach identification tags to the inside and outside of the bag, giving destination as well as home addresses. Keep all medications and high value items such as cameras, jewellery, electronic devices and cash in your carry-on baggage. Do not put them in checked baggage. Car and house keys should not be packed in checked baggage. Please note that some seemingly harmless goods can be dangerous on board an aircraft and should not be packed in either checked or carry-on baggage. Camping fuels (e.g. propane), matches, lighters and other dangerous goods as described under Dangerous Goods page are not permitted in checked or carry-on baggage.