Where is Air Canada Corporate office Headquarters

Air Canada Headquarters Address and Contact

Air Canada
  • Address:  7373 Côte-Vertu Boulevard West, Saint-Laurent, QC H4S 1Z3, Canada
  • Phone Number: +18443134736
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
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    Number of Employees: 42000 
  • Established: 1937
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Vagn Sørensen (Chairman)

Air Canada Headquarters Location & Directions

Air Canada Headquarters Executive Team



Calin Rovinescu

(President & CEO)

Mr. Michael Stewart Rousseau

CFO & Executive VP

Mr. Benjamin M. Smith

President of Passenger Airlines

Mr. David J. Shapiro

Senior VP of International & Regulatory Affairs and Chief Legal Officer

About Air Canada, History and Headquarters Information

 Air Canada was incorporated in 1937. It has its corporate headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. In 1937, they started passenger flights. In 2001, Air Canada obtained Canadian Airlines; Canada's second-largest air carrier and bagged the title of being the world's twelfth-largest airline of the 21st century.

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline. It offers scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 207 different destinations across the globe. It is one of the founding members of the Star Alliance. It has its largest hub is at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Air Canada Express is its regional service. Air Canada covers 64 domestic destinations and 158 international destinations across Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe, and Oceania. Along with it, the carrier flies over 222 destinations in 47 different countries, on six continents across the globe. It provides three classes of service, Business/Signature, Premium Economy, and Economy. It also manages other divisions such as Air Canada Cargo, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Jetz, and Air Canada Rouge. It operates more than 1,613 flights every day.

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  • Tim Nolan says:

    I was returning from Europe back to USA, by Air Canada cancelled the first leg of my trip and after numerous phone calls, asked me to get my ticket to Barcelona, but they did not pay my getting a new ticket for $700. Air Canada hides their address and they are not compliant because they do not have an agent for service in California to take them to court.

  • Elizabeth Brown says:

    Dear Air Canada
    I have been trying for months to get someone in Executive office to contact me in regards to an issue that involves the expiration of my Aeroplan Miles – whereas you are not Aeroplan, I understand this but one of your representative communicated very poorly some of your policies that resulted in my losing 35,000 Aeroplan Points. I find this very unprofessional and if communication was portrayed by the Agent that made my bookings, this would not have happened. Please contact me ASAP @ 709-747-8037 or webrown@nf.sympatico.ca. I need a resolve to this issue as soon as possible. Thank you.

  • Fiona McManus says:

    Dear Air Canada
    I am absolutely at a loss as to the contents of your emails from Friday 5th July 2019 and today, Monday 8th July 2019. Please note my bullet points below:

    1. Friday 5th July – you send me ‘an electronic refund receipt’ noting the date of refund being 7th July 2019. NOTHING has been refunded.
    2. Monday 8th July – your customer services emailed me in response to my email of 20th June about ‘compensation’ you say I asked for. I HAVE NEVER ASKED FOR COMPENSATION.
    3. Your Refund Services Department emailed me on Monday 8th July noting they were ‘reviewing my refund application’. What refund application – I have NOT MADE ONE!
    4. I have texts from your staff confirming that my refund HAD BEEN PROCSSED, including a text on Friday 5th July 2019. I won’t mention their names here but you can check this.

    I have already lodged a complaint with Air Passenger Rights, Canada. I am checking with the CAA under EC Regulation 261/2004 to As I had problems in the past hearing from you, I have posted details of my complaint on your Facebook page, on my Facebook page and am about to put it on Twitter.

    I booked a direct flight back in December 2018. I booked to fly direct from London to Newfoundland. I ended up with my flights changed so that in my return leg of my trip, I would have had a 15 hour stopover! All I ever asked for was the flight departing Newfoundland was moved so that my wait in Montreal was shorter. That was ALL I asked.

    How difficult is it to sort out this sorry state of affairs once and for all? Please – all I want is my refund that you emailed me about on Friday.

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