Important Air Canada Altitude updates
Stay up to date with a few important changes we’re making to Air Canada Altitude.
Starting August 20, 2013, you’ll earn even more Altitude Qualifying Miles on many Air Canada fares, helping you reach a higher Altitude status even faster.
As of March 2014, Altitude members will see the introduction of eUpgrade Add-ons when upgrading from Flex fares to certain international destinations. eUpgrade Add-ons are a supplementary payment, in addition to the required number of eUpgrade Credits. Altitude Super Elite 100K members are exempt from this policy.
As of March 2014, the eUpgrade Travel Companion benefit will be expanded and will replace eUpgrade Nominees. On the day of departure, all Altitude members will be able to upgrade one companion who is not travelling on the same reservation, as long as they are travelling on the same flight.
Altitude Super Elite 100K members can continue to share their upgrade privilege with eUpgrade Nominees. Altitude Super Elite 100K members will be entitled to two nominees, in addition to the new expanded travel companion benefit. Please note that Aeroplan ClassicFlight Reward travel will no longer be eligible for eUpgrades (as per 2013 Super Elite 100K benefit).