To learn more about packing for your trip and general guidelines for carry-on, checked, and oversize luggage, go to the Baggage page.
Travelling with mobility devices or medical equipment
Contact your airline ahead of time to confirm details for travelling with mobility devices or equipment. Guidelines are set by the airlines based on various factors and may depend on the size of the aircraft.
Baggage carts are free to use and available throughout the airport. Find cart corrals next to the baggage carousels in the Arrivals Hall, on every level of the Parkade, in the Economy Lot (marked by signs featuring blue carts), and in hotel parking lots.
The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is responsible for passenger screening at all Canadian airports. Items such as batteries for wheelchairs, mobility aids, or medical devices may need to be shown to a screening officer. During security screening, advise the agent if you wish to have privacy. Designated rooms are available for private screening.