PASSENGER SERVICES

Getting to Mont-Joli Regional Airport

Planning your trip

This page provides useful information for passengers departing from Mont-Joli Regional Airport (YYY):

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Baggage

Make sure you check the baggage requirements of your airline concerning the content, weight and dimensions, as they may be more restrictive than the general regulations.

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What you can bring on board

To ensure everyone’s safety, Transport Canada prohibits certain items on board aircraft. Check the Prohibited Items List and your airline’s restrictions when planning your trip to avoid having any of your property confiscated.

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When to arrive at the airport before a flight

It is important to arrive at the airport well ahead of your scheduled departure. The minimum amounts of time to allow before your flight are:
Domestic flights (in Canada): 1 hour in advance

You must check in with your airline upon arrival at the airport. To facilitate check-in, prepare all necessary documents beforehand and make sure that all of your luggage is clearly identified.

According to the Secure Air Travel Regulations, the documents required to take a domestic flight are:

  • your boarding pass

and

  • one piece of photo identification issued by a Canadian federal, provincial or territorial government with your full name and date of birth;

or

  • two pieces of identification issued by a Canadian federal, provincial or territorial government. Both must have your name and at least one must have your full name and date of birth.

Acceptable Canadian government-issued identifications documents must be valid. They cannot be expired.

The requirements are different for international travel, and you will need a valid passport. To find out more, see the website of Public Safety Canada.

You will need to go through the security checkpoint before boarding.

You must comply with Government of Canada requirements regarding vaccinations and other restrictions related to Covid-19.

All details here :

If you need to travel with a service animal, visit the Canadian Transportation Agency website and contact your airline a few days in advance.