About Air Borealis
Air Borealis, a Canadian airline, is based in Goose Bay. Pal Airlines and the Innu and Innuit of Labrador created the airline. The airline offers flights to destinations in Labrador, Quebec Lower North and Quebec. Labradorans have greater choices because of the combined service and route networks offered by Air Borealis and PAL airlines.
Air Borealis Reservations
Air Borealis Booking Numbers
Air Borealis Facilities
Air Borealis cannot accept carry-on baggage due to limited space within the aircraft. Passengers are able to carry personal items for no additional cost. The item must be safely secured to the passenger during the flight. Personal items onboard your Air Borealis flight must not exceed 10in x 12in x 8in.Air Borealis passengers are permitted 50lbs of free checked baggage.
Air Borealis Popular Destinations And Hubs
The airline offers flights to destinations in Labrador, Quebec Lower North and other parts of Canada. Labradorans have more options because of the combined service and route networks offered by Air Borealis Airlines and PAL Airlines.
Air Borealis Check-In And Boarding Pass
Online check-in opens 24 hours prior scheduled departure and closes two hours prior
Online check-in is not available for passenger(s):
- Traveling with an infant
- Traveling with special needs
- Traveling in groups of 10 or more on one reservation
Online check-in opens 24 hours prior to scheduled flight time.
Air Borealis Policies
- Our Commitment To Privacy. Privacy and confidentiality are important aspects of...
- Personal Information. Personal Information is any information that identifies an individual.
- Consent. Consent.
- Collecting and using personal information. Air Borealis may collect personal information through our.
Every Air Borealis passenger can check two bags free of charge. The combined weight of all checked bags cannot exceed 50 pounds and the maximum dimensions must not exceed 62.5 inches. If a bag is larger than the maximum, it may still be allowed to travel as Excess Baggage. Please refer to rules of carriage for Excess Baggage
Air Borealis can ask that an emotional support dog not be carried onboard if it is deemed to be a danger to the safety and health of other passengers or crew members or to cause significant disruption to cabin service.The safety of the flight is not compromised by the emotional support dog. It is stored in a designated area.