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How to redeem Aeroplan Miles for Air Canada Jetz flights?

To the point Between December 12, 2020 and January 6, 2021, it will be possible to travel on Air Canada Jetz, the special fleet of Canadian sports teams!

What is the Air Canada Jetz fleet?

Airlines must redouble their efforts duringCOVID-19 Pandemic. The airline industry has been particularly struck with most of the aircraft grounded.

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Besides, regaining the trust of passengers is going to be a complicated task.

That’s why we’re seeing initiatives like Air CanadaCleanCare+ program for travelling with confidence.

But as voices are raised for airlines to implement a certain social distancing (such as blocking the middle seat), Air Canada has innovated in June 2020 by offering a solution on its busiest routes, the “Rapidair triangle”: Montreal – Toronto – Ottawa. The Montreal – Toronto – Ottawa triangle.

Air Canada Jetz’s A319 aircraft operated some flights. This experience will be offered again during the holiday season!

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Air Canada Jetz has three aircraft, entirely configured with business class seats.

The cabin has 58 seats (instead of 120 seats usually with a mixed economy and business configuration).

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Professional sports teams are usually Air Canada Jetz’s customers like:

  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Vancouver Canucks
  • Calgary Flames
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Toronto Maple Leafs

And these aircraft can also be chartered by companies or music bands.

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The flights operated by Jetz

Thus, from 12 December 2020, it will be possible to travel on these aircraft, which are planned on the following destinations:

Montreal (YUL):

  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Barbados (BGI)

Vancouver (YVR):

  • Phoenix (PHX)
  • Palm Spring (PSP)
  • Puerto Vallarta (PVR)

Toronto (YYZ):

  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Barbados (BGI)
  • West Palm Beach (PBI)
  • Fort Myers (RSW)
  • Kelowna (YLW)
  • Cancun (CUN)
  • Vancouver (YVR)
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If you want to buy a ticket to travel on one of these flights, you will need to search for Business Class fares.

Here is, for example, a round trip between Montreal and Fort Lauderdale.

The cost is $1,090 round trip.

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But if you want to try Air Canada Jetz, the best solution will be to redeem Aeroplan miles!

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How to redeem Aeroplan miles to book a flight on Air Canada Jetz?

It is exceptionally possible to redeem Aeroplan miles to book a flight on Air Canada Jetz!

Here are the fares you could get on Aeroplan, depending on whether you have Air Canada Altitude status or not. Warning: the pricing will be different from November 8 (you can book flights with the current pricing until November 6).

Without an Air Canada Altitude status

Without an Air Canada Altitude status, a round-trip flight between Montreal and Fort Lauderdale is only 50,000 Aeroplan miles and $155 in taxes and surcharges.

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Valuation without status

Compared to the $1,090 public fare, you get 1.87 cents per Aeroplan mile ($1,090-$155/50,000 miles). This is almost equivalent to the valuation of milesopedia (1.7 cents).

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With an Air Canada Altitude status

Si vous avez un statut Air Canada Altitude – comme beaucoup ont pu l’obtenir grâce à la promotion Voyager chez Soi en vigueur jusqu’au 31 mai – un aller-retour entre Montréal et Fort Lauderdale coûte 50 000 milles Aéroplan et 99 $ en taxes. Une économie de 56 $.

Le statut Air Canada Altitude permettant de ne pas payer de surcharge de transporteur pour les vols en Amérique du Nord.

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Valuation with status

Compared to the $1,090 public fare, you get 1.98 cents per Aeroplan mile ($1,090- $99/50,000 miles). This is almost equivalent to the valuation of milesopedia (1.7 cents).


If you want a unique experience, this is your chance to redeem your Aeroplan miles.

But remember: Canada still imposes a mandatory 14-day quarantine when you come back from abroad. We don’t know if that will always be the case during the holiday season, but we have to consider it.

Come to discuss that topic in our Facebook Group!
Jean-Maximilien Voisine
Jean-Maximilien is an expert in Canada and France about Loyalty programs, Credit cards and Travel. He is the Founding President of Milesopedia.

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