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Published on December 15th, 2016 | by Crissandra Ayroso


Air Canada Launches New Kids’ Club Program

Air Canada’s high-flying Skyrider buddy, Pax, is the face of the premium airline’s newest kids’ club program.

Pax fronts the Air Canada Altitude Skyriders program, designed to make flying a fun experience for kids between the ages of two and 12 years old.

For every flight, kids get a welcome kit from Pax:

  • a welcome letter
  • an exclusive Skyriders luggage tag
  • a logbook to keep a record log of each of their flights

Additionally, kids can collect stickers for their logbooks and depending on their destination, kids receive activity books, headphones, backpacks, and puzzles on board. Every time the child travels, he or she earns badges of honour to commemorate special milestones and achievements, like first flights and cities and regions visited.

Parents must be Aeroplan members in order to sign their kids up for a free membership. Kids must be residents in either Canada or the US.

Air Canada is a family-friendly airline, offering convenient policies and regulations to ensure comfortable and enjoyable travel for parents and children. Air Canada rouge employees are also trained at the Disney Institute, making them the experts in delivering excellent customer service, a little bit of that Disney magic, and all around positive experiences for their guests.

For more information on Air Canada’s new kids club program, contact a Flight Centre Travel Expert by connecting with us online, calling 1-877-967-5302, or visiting your closest Flight Centre store.


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Crissandra Ayroso

Crissandra Ayroso is a copywriter for Flight Centre. She loves road trips, beach weather, sampling local wine. She, like Helen Hunt in the 1996 disaster-rama (that’s short for drama) Twister, is a tornado chaser, in the travel sense. She chases moments, all revealing. Whether it’s ordering room service and eating in bed, finding the highest rooftop for the best views of the surroundings, feeling like a small dot in the middle of the ocean on a boat, or getting lost and stumbling upon hidden gems, no moment is too big or small to chase. Just like the category F5 that brought Helen Hunt back together with her estranged husband, respected TV weatherman, Bill Paxton.

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