Class Actions

Air Canada - Expiration et frais pour passes de vol

***Update July 5 2021***

Class members should take note of the July 5 2021 Notice to Members below, available in full or short format.


***Update March 5th 2021***

The Court of Appeal authorized the class action to move ahead for all Canadian consumers concerned by the present class action. The Originating Application was filed before the Superior Court and the file is moving ahead.


Sébastien A. Paquette, Jérémie Martin (Montréal) and Evolink Law Group (Vancouver, British Columbia) filed a proposed class action in the Superior Court of Quebec. This proposed class action was filed against Air Canada on behalf of all consumers anywhere in the world who purchased a Flight Pass with a fixed number of flight credits since August 16, 2013.

The lawsuit claims damages, interest, and punitive damages from Air Canada for imposing expiry dates and/or fees on the Flight Passes in breach of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act.