- Can you do a stopover on a one-way ticket? No.
- Can you do a stopover on a roundtrip ticket? Yes
- Is a stopover allowed anywhere en route? Yes.
- Is an open-jaw routing allowed? Yes.
- Is a double open-jaw routing allowed? No.
- Is a one-way award allowed? Yes.
- Is a stopover and open-jaw allowed? Yes.
- What is the maximum segments on a round-trip ticket? 10.
- Can flights be changed after start of itinerary? Yes.
- Are fuel surcharges imposed? Yes.
- Award holds? No.
- Is there a phone booking fee? Yes; $30 CAD per passenger.
5% MPM (Maximum Permitted Mileage) rule.
- Is a US to Asia via Europe routing allowed? Yes.
- Is a US to India via Europe or other Asian regions routing allowed? Yes.
- Is a US to Australia via Asia routing allowed? Yes.
- Is a Domestic stopover on international awards allowed? Yes.
- You may not have a border crossing on domestic Canadian routes.
Pros and Cons
- American Express Membership Rewards transfer instantly
- One-way awards are 50% of round-trip awards.
- Fuel surcharges can be high, including on Air Canada metal flights.
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