A new “infinite” flight pass will allow travelers in Canada to take as many domestic flights as they like for a flat monthly fee.
Air Canada announced a new “Infinite Canada Flight Pass” that will let pass-holders book travel “without blackout or booking restrictions, make changes or cancellations without penalty, and fly as often as desired for up to three months, depending on the duration of pass purchased”.
So how much will it cost to cruise around Canada at your leisure? Prices start at $2000 per month (excluding taxes), passes are available for one, two or three months. The passes allow for an unlimited number of flights, which can be booked up to one hour prior to the flight, with no blackout dates or booking restrictions, and no change or cancellation fees. However, the passes are only on offer for a limited time - they are on sale until September 23 here.
While the pass might get some Canadians travelling more domestically, the country remains all but off-limits to leisure travel. The US-Canada border is currently closed, and restrictions are in place for discretionary travel – including tourism, recreation and entertainment – for travelers from all other countries.