Aeroplan has added PAL Airlines to its list of partners, marking the first new airline to join forces with Aeroplan in 2023.
The airline, which is based in Newfoundland and Labrador and serves destinations in the Maritimes and Quebec, brings the total number of Aeroplan’s partner airlines ever-so-close to 50.
The addition of PAL Airlines adds more connectivity in Eastern Canada, giving passengers the option to fly to some very intriguing destinations, in addition to more options for residents to access major hub airports.
Redeem Aeroplan Points on PAL Airlines
PAL Airlines has officially become Aeroplan’s newest partner airline. The regional carrier features an all-economy cabin throughout its fleet, offering flights to major and remote destinations across the Maritimes and Quebec.
For the most part, Aeroplan redemptions on PAL Airlines follow the typical principles set out by Aeroplan:
- Aeroplan members can book flights with PAL Airlines online at aircanada.com, on the Air Canada app, or via the contact centre
- PAL Airlines flights can be combined with Air Canada flights and other airline partners
- PAL Airlines flights are eligible for redemptions in economy class only, as the airline operates an all-economy fleet
- A $39 partner booking fee will apply for any itinerary that includes PAL Airlines
However, as we’ll explore below, reward pricing for flights with the airline will eventually be subject to a separate award chart that will include other regional Canadian airlines, too. While full details have yet to be announced, for all intents and purposes, there will be another section added to the Aeroplan Flight Reward Chart, similar to how Emirates has its own chart.
The partnership between Aeroplan and PAL Airlines officially launched on March 16, 2023, and you can now earn and redeem Aeroplan points on flights operated by PAL Airlines.
PAL Airlines Destinations
Before we further examine what it will cost in points, let’s take a look at PAL Airlines’s route network. The regional airline flies throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, with additional flights to destinations in Quebec, New Brunswick, and even Ottawa.
The airline serves some intriguing destinations, including Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine and Gaspé in Quebec and Goose Bay in Labrador.
From Goose Bay, you can also depart on flights with Air Borealis to remote destinations…
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