Incorrect traveller information can lead to fees to change your reservation or to problems while travelling. To avoid costs or problems, be sure to check your reservation documents carefully to ensure your reservations are correct. Please ensure the details for EACH TRAVELER are correct, as applicable to your reservation:
☐Name on documents is traveler's legal name and is spelled correctly, as given on the VALID government-issued form of ID to be used at the airport. Passenger's date of birth is correct.
☐ Flight, train or other transportation details are correct. Check dates, times, departure and arrival cities.
☐ Hotel details are correct, including hotel name, room details, check-in date and check-out date.
☐ Be sure each traveller has the correct documents for your reservation and your documents are valid, as required by the Government of Canada and your destination country. Details about the documents you responsible to have are found at https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/documents.
The decision to travel is your choice and you are responsible for your personal health abroad.
☐ Do you have the right insurance coverage for financial peace of mind? If your trip needs to be cancelled or rescheduled due to an emergency, or you if you get sick and need medical care while travelling? Review this fact sheet https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/publications/insurance-factsheet.
You are responsible for your personal safety, security and health abroad. To help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable journey the Government of Canada's Travel Advice and Advisories is your official source of destination-specific travel information https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories. To help you to make informed decisions and to travel safely while you are abroad, be sure to get the latest updated information on: local safety and security conditions and areas to avoid; entry and exit requirements; local laws and culture; possible health hazards and health restrictions; natural hazards and climate, and; where to find help while you are travelling abroad.
If you are denied boarding or your baggage is lost or damaged, you may be entitled to certain standards of treatment and compensation under the Air Passenger Protection Regulations. For more information about your passenger rights, please contact your air carrier (e.g., WestJet, AirCanada) or visit the Canadian Transportation Agency’s website http://www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2019/2019-05-29/html/sor-dors150-eng.html.