Air Canada Flight Tracker - Check Your Flight Status
If you’re looking for information on Air Canada flights, you can find real-time updates here. We’ve created a flight tracker tool with which you can find your flight and additional information such as arrivals, departures and delays. Don’t know your flight number? As long as you know the airport the flight is departing from or arriving at, you can find it at the airport-specific flight search page here.
Although we all want to have on-time flights, many different factors can impact a flight’s timeliness. Anything from weather to air traffic volume to carrier delays can delay or cancel your flight. Typically in the aviation industry, a flight is only considered delayed if the delay is longer than 15 minutes.
It’s always good to know the delay and cancellation policies of airlines so you can take full advantage of them. Air Canada’s policy for extended delays on Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express are categorized by how many hours the delay lasts. If your delay has been longer than two hours, you can rebook your flight for a different day within a 7-day period. The unused part of your ticket can be refunded or credited to your Air Canada account.
Delayed for more than 4 hours? If the delay is because of reasons in the control of Air Canada, you’re entitled to a meal voucher at an airport restaurant or the Air Canada Bistro. At least you won’t be waiting on an empty stomach.
For delays longer than 8 hours that are within Air Canada’s control and your flight leaves the next day, you may be able to receive hotel accommodations, transportation to and from the hotel as well as meal vouchers. If the delay is not within Air Canada’s control, you can get special valued customer rates for certain hotels. However, you will have to book these hotels yourself.