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Air Canada Is Selling Passes for Unlimited Domestic Flights

Canada News Airports + Flying
by Eben Diskin Sep 17, 2020

It’s good to be a resident of Canada right now, and not only because you can actually travel to Europe while your neighbors to the south remain homebound. Air Canada is selling passes for unlimited domestic flights for a monthly flat fee. The Infinite Pass isn’t cheap, but if you’re a frequent traveler, it could certainly be worth it.

The Standard rate for the pass is $1,710 per month, followed by the Flex tier costing $2,137 and the Latitude tier at $4,275 (prices are in USD). The Latitude pass might sound steep, but it also comes with the option to upgrade to business class, which might make it worth the extra money.

All plans are available for one, two, or three months from the date of purchase. There are no blackout dates and all tiers allow you to change or cancel your flights at no charge up to an hour before departure and contribute points to your Altitude Qualifying Miles through Air Canada.

The pass is only available to Canadian residents who are Aeroplan members. To sign up for a pass, you’ll have to reserve a monthly plan before September 23, when the offer expires.

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