To allow passengers to determine if their carry-on baggage will fit onboard, Air Canada has installed "automated carry-on baggage sizers" prior to security checks at Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver airports.
"These new, touchless machines are easier and faster to use than the metal sizers," reads a statement on Air Canada's website.
The airline is still reminding customers to make sure their carry-on bag complies with established sizing measurements to avoid having to check carry-on bags at the airport.
Regardless of the destination, passengers can bring on board one standard item and one personal item - passengers traveling with a baby on their knees are, however, entitled to an additional standard item for their child's personal effects.
Although no weight restrictions apply to carry-on baggage, it must be light enough that the passenger can store it unaided in the overhead bins.
Personal items that Air Canada has affixed a white label must be placed under the seat in front of them.
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