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General Terms and Conditions

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GENERAL SALES TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AIR TRANSAT A.T. INC. (hereinafter referred to as the “Terms and Conditions”)

PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU READ CAREFULLY AND UNDERSTAND THE PRESENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE MAKING A BOOKING. A COPY OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAN BE STORED ELECTRONICALLY OR PRINTED. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE PRESENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS, PLEASE DO NOT FINALIZE YOUR BOOKING AND STOP YOUR USE OF THE WEBSITE.

THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE SUBJECT TO AND DO NOT AFFECT ANY STATUTORY RIGHTS TO WHICH YOU ARE ENTITLED AND WHICH CANNOT BE EXCLUDED PURSUANT TO ANY MANDATORY PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE LAW.

The purchase of travel services (hereinafter referred to as the “Services”) offered by Air Transat A.T. Inc. (“AIR TRANSAT”), a Canadian company with registered office at 5959 Boulevard de la Côte-Vertu, Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada, H4S 2E6 or other services offered by third parties suppliers on this web site (hereinafter referred as the “Website”), constitutes a contractual agreement between you and AIR TRANSAT and/or its suppliers, as the case may be, and implies your acceptance of AIR TRANSAT’S conditions regarding bookings as described below as well as the contents of the hyperlinks included therein.

Moreover, if you reside in a European Union Member Country, you understand and agree that the Services purchased may be provided through Transat France S.A. (hereinafter referred as “Transat France”), a French company with registered office at 12 rue Truillot, 94200 Ivry-sur-Seine, France acting as an agent of AIR TRANSAT. You understand and agree that for the purpose of these Terms and Conditions “AIR TRANSAT” shall encompass Transat France, acting as an agent of Transat A.T. Inc., and that this Agreement also constitutes, when services are provided through Transat France, a contractual agreement between you and Transat France.

Car rental, hotel rooms and purchase of insurance coverage on this Website are offered by third party suppliers. The terms and conditions of these providers thus apply to these services. AIR TRANSAT cannot be held responsible in any way for the acts or omissions of any of these third party suppliers.

You hereby confirm that you are of the age of majority in the country from which you are conducting your purchase and you hereby agree to use the Website in accordance with its terms of use.

1- DESCRIPTION OF WEBSITE

AIR TRANSAT has put forth all necessary efforts to ensure that all descriptions contained on the Website are up to date. The Website is updated on a continuous basis. The information on the Website is provided “as is”. Save for errors arising from AIR TRANSAT negligent acts or omissions, AIR TRANSAT will not be held liable for any modifications and provides no guarantee or representation that the Website will be error-free or up to date. Overall AIR TRANSAT provides no guarantee with respect to the correctness, completeness or relevance of the information and statements published on the Website. 

2- PRICES, CARRIER SURCHARGES AND RESTRICTIONS

Prices are based, among other things, on fuel costs, exchange rates and taxes in force on the date of the last modification of the Website. Air Transat, like most air carriers, collects surcharges to offset the volatility and fluctuation of certain recurring expenses and operating costs. These surcharges represent the “carrier surcharges” and are intended to cover Air Transat's operating expenses and mitigate unforeseen fluctuation, including, without limitation, fuel costs and variation of foreign currency exchange rates.

Unless otherwise noted herein, all prices are quoted in the currency appearing in your purchase confirmation and are per person. The terms and conditions which apply to changes and/or cancellation of air tickets sold by AIR TRANSAT may vary. For more information, please refer to clause 8 of the present terms and conditions under the title “Fares”. AIR TRANSAT reserves its right to cancel a booking without further notice, due to non-payment or due to litigation regarding payment. The name and phone number of the person to be contacted in the event of non-payment to AIR TRANSAT is found on the first page of the invoice.

Price reductions resulting from a promotion or a decision by AIR TRANSAT are applicable to new bookings only. AIR TRANSAT reserves its right to refuse any booking made at or based on an erroneous price.

3- ACCEPTED METHODS OF PAYMENT

We wish to inform you that only debit cards or credit card payments are accepted on the Website and by phone. When you pay on the Website, your payment information is encrypted and sent over a secure connection.

You can pay with the following credit cards: American Express (credit card), MasterCard (credit card), Visa (credit card), Visa Debit, Visa Electron. Please note that credit card and bank fees may be charged in some countries in connection with the purchases made on the Website. Additional bank fees or credit card fees charged by the customer’s credit card provider or bank in connection with a purchase will be borne solely by the Customer.

AIR TRANSAT charges the exact amount of the price shown at the moment of purchase without applying any transaction or service fees. However, your card issuer may apply additional fees, due, among other things, to the fact that AIR TRANSAT is a Canadian company located outside the Euro zone. Please contact your card issuer in order to obtain the nature and the amount of any eventual additional fees before finalizing your purchase. By finalizing your purchase, you confirm that you have been advised of this. AIR TRANSAT shall not be held responsible for any additional fees applied by your card issuer.

To avoid fraudulent purchases, (e.g. due to a lost card or the provision of false information), AIR TRANSAT reserves the right to request additional information from the passengers and/or the cardholder at any time after a purchase has been made - including at check-in - so that it may verify the information provided when the purchase was made. AIR TRANSAT also reserves the right to require another form of payment should a customer not be able to accurately provide such additional information. AIR TRANSAT also reserves the right to require another form of payment should a customer not be able to accurately provide such additional information. Furthermore, Air Transat reserves the right to cancel the booking in case of suspected fraud, theft or dishonesty.

By booking through the Website, you acknowledge and consent that AIR TRANSAT may, without your signature, draw payment from your credit or debit card.

4- BOOKING AND CONFIRMATION

Bookings are strictly personal and must be accompanied by a payment in full before they can be confirmed. At the time of booking of certain flights, you may be requested to provide certain information found in your passport. Confirmation regarding prices, travel dates, flights, hotels, car rentals, and other services, as the case may be, is only given once the payment is received and is based on availability of Services. Upon completion of the check-out procedure and receipt of the payment in full, you will receive and email confirming that your booking has been accepted and summarizing all the details of your flight(s).

5- TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

A valid passport is required for all travels outside your country of residence and is the only reliable and universally accepted evidence of citizenship. Certain countries require that the passport be valid for six (6) months beyond the date of return to your country of residence, or require a visa for citizens or born in another country. Some countries may not allow entry to visitors carrying the passport of certain other countries.

Please consult the “CHILDREN” section below when a minor under the applicable laws of the country of departure or destination is travelling alone or with one parent only. You should contact the nearest foreign government office of the country you plan to visit for definitive, up-to-date information on travel documents, such as passports, visas, affidavits or notarized letters of consent, that are required by each person for whom you are purchasing travel. Country-specific and interactive passenger-specific information is also available at www.iatatravelcentre.com and www.travel.gc.ca. If you require additional assistance, please contact us at 1-877-872-6728.

It is your responsibility to contact the nearest foreign government office of the country you plan to visit. Failure to provide the required documents may result in denied boarding privileges by the carrier or the relevant authorities, without recourse or refund. Your entry may also be refused even if your documentation is complete. A previous criminal record could result in denied entry into the U.S. or in other countries. No trip refund or replacement will be given for inadequate, lost or stolen documents or for any denied entry. AIR TRANSAT cannot be held liable for any damages resulting from failure to obtain travel documents, to comply with applicable laws, for delay in document delivery, or for any aid or information given by third parties.

6- CHILDREN

If a minor under the applicable laws of a country of departure or destination is travelling with only one parent, either (i) the absent parent must provide a notarized consent letter or an affidavit from the other parent or (ii) the travelling parent must provide proof of sole custody or a notarized letter that the other parent is deceased, as the case may be. All notarized consent letters or affidavit should indicate the destination and length of travel, as well as consent to provide emergency medical treatment if required.

If a minor is travelling alone or is accompanied by an adult other than a parent, both parents (or the sole documented custodial parent) must provide notarized consent letters or affidavits. If a minor travelling alone has only one parent as evidenced by his/her birth certificate, a notarized copy of the birth certificate or the original, together with the notarized consent of the parent, will be sufficient proof for travel. You should contact the nearest foreign government office of the country you plan to visit for definitive, up-to-date information on these requirements and others, such as document translation requirements.

7- FLIGHTS AND CARRIERS

Flights offered by AIR TRANSAT are conducted in accordance with the applicable international tariff of AIR TRANSAT, the scheduled tariff to all points outside Canada (except the United States) and the Canada/USA tariff and pursuant to regulations set out by the Canadian Transportation Agency. All such flights and rates are also subject to approval by the relevant governmental authorities. Consolidations and changes in the published schedule, aircraft type, days of operation, air carrier providing air transportation, and flight itinerary may take place outside the control of AIR TRANSAT at any time and without the possibility for AIR TRANSAT to grant the customers a prior notice.

Schedule Check and Connecting FlightsFlight schedules are subject to change without notice. You are entirely responsible for verifying your flight schedule with AIR TRANSAT during the 24-hour period immediately prior to the departure and the return date. AIR TRANSAT undertakes to notify, reasonably in advance and through means it deems appropriate, customers of any schedule modification resulting in the moving-up or the delaying of the flight departure time or in case of cancellation of a flight. Whenever you book connecting flights, you have the responsibility to allow yourselves sufficient time to make the connection. No control can be exercised to guarantee flight schedules, which may be altered or affected by various circumstances. To the extent permitted by applicable laws and international conventions, AIR TRANSAT will not be liable for any change of schedule or missed flight connection, including any additional fees incurred and special, incidental or consequential damages (including in particular the loss of income or salary, loss of vacation days or additional expenses incurred).

Airport check-inAIR TRANSAT recommends that you arrive at the airport check-in counter at least three (3) hours prior to departure, failing which your reservation may be cancelled and your seats assigned to other customers, with no right of recourse.

Seat assignmentUnless already pre-selected, aircraft seating is conducted by staff at the air carrier's check-in counter. In the case of Club class seats offered by AIR TRANSAT, in the event of a change in the type of aircraft, air carrier, or in the case of a flight consolidation, repayment by AIR TRANSAT of the sums paid by the customer for the seat Club Class shall be deemed a final and complete settlement.

Other applicable conditionsAir transport conditions and claims relating to loss and/or damage to baggage are governed by the Montreal Convention [http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-26/page-8.html], or the Warsaw Convention [http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/fra/lois/C-26/page-3.html#h-1] as the case may be, the applicable tariffs of the air carrier as well as the conditions of contract appearing on the airline ticket and any government regulations that establish the limits of air carrier liability. Once filed with and approved by federal regulatory authorities, any amendments or modifications to the applicable air carrier’s general terms and conditions of carriage are not subject to additional public notice and are legally binding. Air tickets that are not used, in whole or in part, on the dates indicated, cannot be honoured on another flight but may, on request, be subject to partial refund of certain taxes and fees under the general conditions established by AIR TRANSAT.

Refusal to transport – Removal of passengers: Save as set out in the Montreal Convention and the Warsaw Convention, AIR TRANSATshall not be liable for either its refusal or the refusal of another air carrier to transport a passenger or for the cancellation of a reserved space or removal of a passenger from an outbound flight and/or return flight due to, but not limited to, the passenger failure to present himself/herself for an outbound flight (herein referred to as “noshow”) the passenger being deemed to pose a public safety at risk, the passenger’s failure to carry the necessary travel documents or any issue relating to the validity or consistency of such documents, a threatened or actual violation by the passenger of law or AIR TRANSAT or another airline considers that it is necessary to deny boarding to a passenger in order to prevent danger or risk to this passenger or to any other passenger or property or to ensure the proper conduct of the flight.

8- CANCELLATION FARES AND NO-SHOWS

The fares and the terms and conditions to any change and/or cancellation of tickets issued by AIR TRANSAT are as follows:

Flights between Canada and Central America and the Caribbean, flights between Canada and the United States, flights within Canada

Flights between Canada and Europe

Eco

Cancellation Policy: No refunds allowed. Change: Fees of CAD $200/ USD $200/€140 per person, per flight segment, plus the price difference. No changes allowed within 7 days of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Canada:
Cancellation (roundtrip):
Fee of CAD $150 per person, per flight segment. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of CAD $300 per person. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Changes: Fee of CAD $300 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Europe:
Cancellation: No refund.
Changes: Fee of €200/£200/250CHF/5500CZK/HUF 61200 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

No-shows: No refund for the applicable flight segment.

Eco Promo

 

 

Not applicable

If the first leg of your flight departs from Canada:
Cancellation: No refund.
Changes: Fee of CAD $300 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference.
No changes within 24 hours of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Europe:
Not applicable

No-shows: No refund for the applicable flight segment.

Eco Extra

Cancellation Policy: No refunds allowed. Change: Fees of CAD $75/ USD $75/ €50 per person, per flight segment, plus the price difference. No changes allowed within 7 days of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Canada:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of CAD $150 per person, per flight segment. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of CAD $300 per person. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Changes: Fee of CAD $150 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Europe:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of €100/£100/CHF 125/CZK 2250/HUF 30600 per person, per flight segment. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of €200/£200/CHF 250/CZK 5500/HUF 61200 per person. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Changes: Fee of €100/£100/CHF 125/CZK 2750/HUF 30600 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

No-shows: No refund for the applicable flight segment.

 

Eco Max

 

Cancellation Policy: Fees of CAD $200/USD $200/€140 per person, per flight segment. No refunds allowed within 7 days of departure. Change: The price difference is payable. No changes allowed within 7 days of departure.

 

If the first leg of your flight departs from Canada:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of CAD $50 per person, per flight segment. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of CAD $100 per person. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Changes: Fare difference applies. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Europe:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of €50/£50/CHF 62.5/CZK 1375/HUF 15300 per person, per flight segment. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of €100/£100/CHF 125/CZK 2750/HUF 30600 per person. No refund within 24 hours of departure.
Changes: Fare difference applies. No changes within 24 hours of departure.

No-shows: No refund for the applicable flight segment.

Club

 

Cancellation Policy: Fees of CAD $200/USD $200/€140 per flight segment. No refunds allowed within 7 days of departure. Change: The price difference is payable. No changes allowed within 7 days of departure.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Canada:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of CAD $100 per person, per segment. No refund within 7 days of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of CAD $200 per person. No refund within 7 days of departure.
Changes: Fee of CAD $100 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference.
Within 7 days of departure, fee of CAD $200 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference.

If the first leg of your flight departs from Europe:
Cancellation (roundtrip): Fee of €75/£62.50/CHF 92.50/CZK 2050/HUF 22900 per person, per segment. No refund within 7 days of departure.
Cancellation (one-way): Fee of €150/£125/CHF 185/CZK 4125/HUF 45900 per person. No refund within 7 days of departure.
Changes: Fee of €100/£100/CHF 125/CZK 2750/HUF 30600 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference.
Within 7 days of departure, fee of €150/£125/CHF 185/CZK 4125/HUF 45900 per person, per flight segment plus fare difference.

No-shows: No refund for the applicable flight segment.


For charges, the currency of the departure country will apply.
CAD: Canadian dollar, USD: American dollar, €: Euro, £: British Pound, CHF: Swiss Franc, CZK: Czech Koruna, HUF: Forint 

The price difference is the difference between the sale price of the ticket at the time of booking and the one appearing for the same airline ticket in the AIR TRANSAT booking systems on the date of the request for the change or cancellation (excluding any applicable promotion). No refund will be made ​​to the Customer by AIR TRANSAT if the price of the ticket is less at the date of the change or cancellation. AIR TRANSAT may determine the amount of the cancellation and change fees in other currencies by using an exchange rate determined in its sole discretion when proceeding to such currency conversion.

No-show: If a passenger does not cancel its flight ticket within 24 hours prior to the scheduled departure and fail to present himself/herself for an outbound flight (no-show), the passenger will be deemed to have forfeited its tickets for this flight segment. It is understood and agreed that the total amount paid for the air ticket is equivalent to the value of the damages sustained from the inability to resale the forfeited seat and that such amount will be retained by AIR TRANSAT as compensation and liquidated damages; no refund will be issued.

In addition, some additional fees may apply to certain requests to change to your booking. If applicable, full details regarding any such fees will be provided to you if and when you request a change to your booking.

9- BAGGAGE

Limits: You acknowledge having read and accept the rules and regulations of AIR TRANSAT with respect to baggage weight, size and number at http://www.airtransat.ca/en-CA/Travel-information/Baggage/Weight-and-size-what-you-can-bring.

Liability: The provisions of the Montreal Convention, or the Warsaw Convention, as the case may be, the applicable tariffs of the air carrier, as well as the notice appearing on the passenger ticket and baggage check, govern the loss of and damage to baggage and establish the limits of the air carrier’s liability. Passengers’ baggage and property are transported, stored and handled at owner’s risk at all times. The relevant summary of AIR TRANSAT's liability under the Montreal Convention, according to Council Regulation (EC) 2027/97 on air carrier liability in the event of accidents, as amended by the Regulation (EC) 889/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council is included in section 15 below.

10- ADVANCE SEAT SELECTION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Passengers with a medical condition are advised to contact our Information and Seat Selection Centre at 1-877-TRANSAT (1-877-872-6728) to request assistance if required, and appropriate seating, subject to availability.

For safety reasons, passengers travelling with infants must contact the Information and Seat Selection Center for their selection as they can occupy only certain seats.

Passengers occupying emergency exit row seats must be fit and able bodied, willing to assist, must have no reduced mobility, must not be pregnant, must be aged 16 or older, and must be fluent in English and/or French. Seat requests may be altered at check-in or on board if passengers do not meet these criteria. If you or members of your party have to be moved because you do not meet the stated standard safety criteria, you will not be offered a refund.

Upon payment of the applicable fees, AIR TRANSAT will assign you a seat. You can make free changes to your advance seat selection without penalty up to 2 days before departure (3 days for departures from Europe), by using your file Reference Number. AIR TRANSAT does not issue a refund if you cancel your advance seat selection prior to your departure.

Subject to operational requirements, it may be necessary to change the aircraft type operating your flight. Should this occur, we will try to match your seat request on the substituted aircraft. This, however, cannot be guaranteed. AIR TRANSAT will then assign you an equivalent seat. If we cannot assign you an equivalent seat, we will contact you to ask about your seating preferences. In the event that we are unable to assign you an equivalent seat, you may be entitled to a refund. In such a case, you must submit your request for a refund with a copy of your boarding pass along with your contact information within 30 days following the return date of your flight in order to proceed with your request. Any request submitted after that period or without this information will not be considered. AIR TRANSAT's liability is limited to refunding the charges incurred for advance seat selection.

Your advance seat selection will be held for you until 75 minutes before departure. After that time, advance seat selection can be cancelled without refund. Advance seat selection fees are transferable should you change your flight.

In case of change of flight, the same seat selection will not entail in any additional cost.

11- OPTION PLUS ADVANTAGES

The Option Plus package includes:

1. Seat selection in Eco class (see the Advanced Seat Selection Terms and Conditions));
2. Priority check-in at specially designated counters;
3. A free extra 10 kg of baggage per flight segment*;
4. Priority luggage delivery;
5. Priority access to security point (Montreal and Vancouver);
6. Priority boarding;
7. Special advantages on board. You will receive:
   a) a bottle of sparkling wine (200 ml);
   b) a comfort kit;
   c) a pair of natural wood earphones;
   d) an alcoholic beverage during bar service;
   e) a beer or a bottle of wine (200 ml) with your meal;
   f) a snack.

Additional information
   - Children 12 and under traveling with you also enjoy the benefits 2, 4, 5 and 6.
   - Option Plus is not refundable. Some airport services may not be available due to facility limitations.
   - If you have a connecting flight between two cities, service Option Plus will be offered only on the longest flight segment.

* Not available on flights departing from or to Portugal. Limit of two pieces of luggage on flights to or from Europe and the United Kingdom.

For more details on the Option Plus benefits, please visit our website.

12- HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS

For travelers departing from Canada, it is advisable to visit the Transport Canada before traveling to view the list of dangerous goods that can be carried on a person as well as in baggage or hand luggage during a flight.

For travelers departing from a country other than Canada, it is advisable to check with the relevant airport or government authorities with respect to any restrictions related to the transportation of dangerous goods. Without prejudice to the above, for travelers departing from an European Union member country, a list of prohibited articles (approved by the Commission Regulation (EC)820/2008, of 8 August 2008) may be found at the Access to European Union law website.

13- CUSTOMER LIABILITY

Health: If your physical condition so requires, you must ensure that you have a sufficient quantity of any required medication with you, and that you must carry such medication in your hand baggage at all times. You must also consult competent medical authorities prior to departure about preventive medical measures to be taken with you as regards to the countries to be visited.

Pregnancy: A medical certificate establishing the due date and fitness to travel is required. The air carrier may refuse pregnant passengers for whom air travel may involve a risk to themselves or their unborn children. Please consult the Travel info section of the Website in this regard.

14- PRIVACY

Your personal information may be shared by AIR TRANSAT within the group of companies controlled by our parent company, Transat A.T. Inc., for the purposes described in our privacy policy.

In order to facilitate your travel arrangements, we might need to share your personal information with third party providers such as airport authorities, customs and immigration authorities, government agencies and travel agents involved in making your travel arrangements. We may also share your personal information with third parties who provide services to you or to AIR TRANSAT, such as hotels and car rental companies (for the purpose of making a reservation), companies that provide airport and mobility assistance or other third party providers. We do not sell personal information to third parties, and we only allow third parties outside the Transat A.T. Inc. group of companies to send you marketing information where we have your permission to do so.

For the above mentioned purposes you authorise AIR TRANSAT to retain and use your personal information and to transmit it within the group of companies controlled by Transat A.T. Inc., authorities and government agencies or to t providers of the above mentioned services. You hereby declare having read and accepted the privacy policy available at http://www.airtransat.ca/en-CA/Legal-notice/Privacy-policy.

15- LIABILITY

The liability of AIR TRANSAT shall be subject to the European applicable legislation, and particularly to the Regulation (EC) 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay flights, and the Montreal Convention and the Warsaw Convention, as applicable.

In particular, the following summarizes AIR TRANSAT's liability under the Montreal Convention:

  • Compensation in the case of death or injury

    There are no financial limits to the liability for passenger injury or death. For damages up to 100,000 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) (approximately Euro 124,113) AIR TRANSAT cannot contest claims for compensation. Above that amount, AIR TRANSAT can defend itself against a claim by proving that such damage was not due to its negligence or other wrongful act or omission; or such damage was solely due to the negligence or other wrongful act or omission of a third party.
  • Passenger delays

    In case of passenger delay, AIR TRANSAT is liable for damage unless it took all measures that could reasonably be required to avoid the damage or it was impossible to take such measures. The liability for passenger delay is limited to 4,150 SDRs (approximately 5,150 Euro ).
  • Baggage delays

    In case of baggage delay, AIR TRANSAT is liable for damage unless it took all reasonable measures to avoid the damage or it was impossible to take such measures. The liability for baggage delay is limited to 1000 SDRs (approximate Euro 1,140).
  • Destruction, loss or damage to baggage

    AIR TRANSAT is liable for destruction, loss or damage to baggage up to 1000 SDRs (approximately Euro 1,241). In the case of checked baggage, it is liable even if not at fault, unless the baggage was defective. In the case of unchecked baggage, AIR TRANSAT is liable only if at fault.
  • Higher limits for baggage

    A passenger can benefit from a higher liability limit by making a special declaration at the latest at check-in and by paying a supplementary fee.
  • Complaints on baggage

    If the baggage is damaged, delayed, lost or destroyed, the passenger must write and complain to AIR TRANSAT as soon as possible. In the case of damage to checked baggage, the passenger must write and complain within 7 days, and in the case of delay within 21 days, in both cases from the date on which the baggage was placed at the passenger's disposal.
  • Liability of contracting and actual carriers

    If the air carrier actually performing the flight is not the same as the contracting air carrier, the passenger has the right to address a complaint or to make a claim for damages against either. If the name or code of an air carrier is indicated on the ticket, that air carrier is the contracting air carrier.
  • Time limit for action

    Any action in court to claim damages must be brought within two years from the date of arrival of the aircraft, or from the date on which the aircraft ought to have arrived.

AIR TRANSAT shall not be liable towards you, in contract or otherwise, for any damage, whether direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential resulting from your use of the Website or arising from any information obtained or booking made through this Website.

AIR TRANSAT shall not be held liable, in any way whatsoever, for the acts and omissions of a third party provider or supplier.

16- LAWS

These Terms and Conditions are deemed to be executed and governed by the laws of the country in which the gateway city is located.
The invalidity or unenforceability of any provisions of this agreement shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision of this agreement, which shall remain in full force and effect.

17- CONTACT US
If you have any queries regarding your booking, or if you wish to cancel or change your booking or have any other questions regarding our Website and services, please contact our Customer Service at information@transat.com or at 1-877-872-6728.

Air Transat A.T. Inc.: 5959, Blvd. Côte-Vertu, Montreal (Quebec) Canada H4S 2E6

 

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