Air Canada’s customer service agents and other airport workers have walked off the job – and here’s what you need to know.

How would a strike affect scheduled flights?

Air Canada says it plans to continue flying all scheduled flights with management staff working the customer service positions. However, the company says it anticipates longer waits at check-ins.

If I am travelling during a strike, what should I do?

Air Canada recommends checking in online. You can either print out your boarding pass from home or use Mobile Check-in with your mobile phone.

The airline also suggests that, if possible, you avoid travelling with checked baggage, and that you arrive at the airport early, in case lines are longer than expected.

Check flight status online

Before you travel (or pick up somebody who is travelling), check the flight status online. Pearson’s flight status listing can be found here.

For more

Check Air Canada’s FAQ. The Airline also says it will post important information on its main website.