INFORMATION > Check-in > Identity Screening Regulations
As per Transport Canada, Identity Screening Regulations require all passengers who appear
18 years of age or older to present the following ID at check-in and before boarding:
- One piece of valid government-issued PHOTO ID that shows name,
date of birth, and gender.
- Two pieces of valid government-issued ID (without a photo) one of which
shows date of birth, and gender.
- The name on the identification must match the name on the boarding pass.
Transport Canada's Passenger Protect Program
At check-in we will ask for ID for infants who have not yeat reached the age of two and are travelling
for free. Birth certificates, passports, care cards, and status cards are examples of acceptable forms
of ID. Photocopies are accepted. If ID is not present at check-in and an infant's age called into question
we will charge for a seat, but will gladly refund that seat in full if ID is produced after the fact.