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Unfortunately, Sky Regional Airlines has ceased all operations.

Sky Regional Airlines ceased in 2021.

About Sky Regional Airlines

Sky Regional Airlines was a Canadian airline operating on behalf of Air Canada Express. The airline was founded in 2010 and started operating under the Air Canada Express brand in 2011. Their first flights were flying between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

As of August 2020, the airline operated with a fleet of Embraer 175 and served over 15 destinations across Canada and the United States including Toronto, Chicago, etc.

Sky Regional Airlines ceased in 2021.


As of August 2020, Sky Regional Airlines flew to destinations across Canada and the United States, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Minneapolis, New York, Toronto, Montreal and more. Most destinations were on the west of Canada and the U.S, other destinations were located on the South of America.

  • Atlanta
  • Baltimore
  • Boston
  • Charlottetown
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Halifax
  • Houston
  • Minneapolis
  • Montreal
  • New Orleans
  • New York
  • Philadelphia
  • Quebec
  • San Antonio
  • Sydney
  • Toronto
  • Washington D.C


As Sky Regional Airlines operated on behalf of Air Canada Express, the baggage policy for Sky Regional Airlines was similar to Air Canada Express.

Carry-on Baggage

Every passenger was entitled to one carry-on baggage and one personal item onboard the aircraft. The maximum dimensions for the carry baggage is 55cm x 23cm x 40cm (21.5" x 9" x 15.5") and 33cm x 16cm x 43 cm (13" x 6" x 17") for the personal item. No weight restrictions were applied to the carry-on baggage but passengers had to be able to safely put their carry-on baggage on the overhead lockers unassisted.

Personal items included a camera bag, garment bag, shopping bag, sports racquet, etc.

Checked Baggage

Baggage allowance was based on routes, destinations and the cabin class that you were travelling in. The baggage allowance would be stated on your e-ticket, check the Air Canada website or contact us at Alternative Airlines if you're unsure.

As a general rule, baggage exceeding 32kg (70 lbs) in weight, exceeding 292 cm (115") in the sum of three dimensions and/ or exceeding 203 cm (80") in length wouldn't be accepted as checked baggage. Passengers who wished to carry items exceeding the checked baggage limit would have to contact the airline's cargo department.


Business Class passengers were able to enjoy the in-flight entertainment system, onboard meals, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on the aircraft.

Economy Class passengers were able to enjoy snacks and non-alcoholic drinks onboard. Meals and snacks are available to buy onboard the aircraft. Food and drinks could be purchased using major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Food was available to purchase on flights that has a flight duration longer than 90 minutes.

Check-In Information

Check-In Online

Passengers could check in online via the airline website or the airline app from 24 hours before the scheduled departure time. Please prepare your passenger details and ticket reference number to check in online.

Any passenger travelling with over nine people in a booking who required assistance at the airport or who's an unaccompanied minor had to check-in at the airport.

Airport Check-In

Passengers could also check in with the self-service kiosks at the airport too. The check-in kiosks were open 12 hours before departure. Passengers must have dropped their bags and obtained their boarding pass 45 minutes before on Canadian domestic flights and 60 minutes before scheduled departure time on international flights.

Airline Alliance

Sky Regional Airlines is an affiliate member of Star Alliance as it operates on behalf of Air Canada.

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Hub Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the busiest airport in Canada, handling over 50 million passengers in 2019. The airport is located 22.5 km (14 miles) from the centre of Toronto, Canada. There are five active runways and two passenger terminals serving these 50 million passengers annually.

Other than Sky Regional Airlines, this is also a hub for Air Canada, WestJet, Air Transat and Sunwing Airlines, which are all Canadian airlines. The other airlines who fly in and out of the airport include, but not limited to, Aer Lingus, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, Delta and Cathay Pacific.


Sky Regional Airlines operates a fleet of Embraer 175 aircraft. This aircraft usually accommodate 78 passengers, it can fly for more than 2,000 nautical miles. Many U.S regional carriers are operating this aircraft model, including Alaska AirlinesDelta and American Eagle.