Fly Jazz Air Canada Menu
Fly Jazz Air Canada Menu Starting Dec 1st on select routes, pre-order a Chef Jérôme Ferrer meal box when you book your flight or up to 24 hours before you leave. See below for current options.
|*SNACKS / COLLATIONS|
|Nestlé Kit Kat King Bar
Light wafers in milk chocolate,
Salted cashews, 65 g.
|Nestlé Kit Kat grand format
Gaufrettes légères enrobées
de Chocolat, 73 g.
|BREAKFAST / DÉJEUNER
Maple & brown sugar
Érable et cassonade.
|SANDWICHES & MORE / SANDWICHS ET PLUS
with Rold Gold pretzels.
|Sandwich roulé au poulet||8,50 $|
et bretzels Rold Gold.
|Roast beef sandwich||$8.95|
with Tostitos Rolls tortilla chips,
|Roasted vegetable sandwich||$7.50|
Is Air Canada serving food during Covid?
Relax, unwind and enjoy our menus on Economy Class on international flights. When flights departing North America, a pre-packaged food box will be provided with a hot casserole along with a salad, bread roll, dessert. For flights that take you to North America, an enhanced meal box that is pre-packed will be offered.
Does Air Canada serve meals?
All Air Canada International flights offer free meals, hot meals are typically served after take-off, while the second meal service will be a lighter option. Wines, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages are also included.
Does Air Canada serve meals in business class during Covid?
For flights over 2 hours, our Business Class service features an all-inclusive meal tray, which will include a hot casserole, salad and vinaigrette, bread roll and dessert. For flights under 2 hours*, a pre-packaged cold meal box with a cold breakfast or snack item will be served.
Do I need a Covid test to fly Air Canada?
Air and rail
They must show proof of a valid COVID-19 test result at the time of boarding. After August 31, 2022, foreign nationals will need to be fully vaccinated in order to board a flight or train to depart Canada.
Do I need a Covid test to fly to Canada?
When you arrive at the border, you must present a valid negative test result (paper or electronic proof) or proof of a previous positive molecular test result taken at least 10 calendar days and no more than 180 calendar days before entering Canada. Counting starts the day after your test.