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Which airlines do not have a carrier surcharge on Aeroplan?

To the point Let's take a look at the airlines and destinations that don't charge a surcharge when you purchase an Aeroplan Reward ticket.

Airlines without carrier surcharges on Aeroplan

Update August 2020: The information in this article is outdated. As of the launch of the new Aeroplan program on November 08, 2020, there are no longer any carrier surcharges. They are replaced by a flat $39 Aeroplan partner booking fee. Please refer to our Aeroplan Ultimate Guide to learn all about the program.

 

We regularly talk about airline surcharges. Formerly known as “fuel surcharges”, they are now known as “operator-imposed surcharges” or “carrier surcharges”. In any case, the airline imposes a surcharge on the award tickets.

Some programs (rare) like United do not charge them to the end customer, for others like Aeroplan it depends on the company.

Airlines without surcharge

In order to avoid carrier surcharge, you must know which airlines don’t charge it on reward tickets.

Here are the airlines NOT charging surcharge

Adria Airways
Aegean Airlines
Air India
Air New Zealand
Avianca
Brussels Airlines
Copa Airlines
Croatia Airlines
Egypt Air
Ethiopian Airlines
etihad logo (-)
EVA Airways
SAS Scandanavian 2017
Shenzen
Singapore Airlines
South African Airways
Swiss
TAP Portugal
Thai
Turkish Airlines
united

It is therefore possible to travel around the world avoiding surcharge However, it will be more difficult in North America and especially in Canada given the predominance of Air Canada.

Update August 2020: The information in this article is outdated. As of the launch of the new Aeroplan program on November 08, 2020, there are no longer any carrier surcharges. They are replaced by a flat $39 Aeroplan partner booking fee. Please refer to our Aeroplan Ultimate Guide to learn all about the program.

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