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Are you travelling internationally? Make sure you understand the international regulations.

 

Carry-On Luggage

Transport Canada permits 2 carry-on bags per air traveller. Your air carrier may choose to further restrict the number and size of bags permitted. Please contact your airline for exact details.

 

The following links will further assist you:

 

For a list of what not to put in your carry-on, please visit the CATSA website. Carry-on liquids must be 100 mL or less and packed in a 1 L clear plastic bag. All containers over 100 mL should be placed in checked baggage.

 

Checked Luggage

Each air carrier will have set restrictions on baggage limits and charges. Please contact your airline for exact details. For a list of what not to put in your checked luggage, please visit the CATSA website.

 

Baggage Requirements by Airline

 

Baggage Inquiries (Lost or delayed baggage)

 

Coat and Luggage Storage

At this time, due to space limitations within Regina International Airport's Air Terminal Building we do not have coat or luggage storage facilities available.

 

A brand new look at YQR

Regina International Airport (YQR) wants to ensure Regina and southern Saskatchewan recognize our brand and visual identity -  especially as your gateway of choice. At first glance, most notable will be the change to our logo. Through this new look and feel we will continue to improve on our communicaitons, enhance our services and ensure we maintain a safe, secure and efficient facility while always providing a welcoming experience for our guests.

 

The use of Regina's airport code identifier - YQR - used in passenger reservations, ticketing and baggage handling systems - within our refreshed logo not only ensures Regina International Airport's logo is unique to our passengers and community, but also to our air carrier partners and sets us apart from other airports worldwide. Click HERE for more information.

 

Be sure to check out our latest issue of our YQReview Newsletter by clicking HERE!

 

 

Attention Travellers!

While living or travelling abroad you can be exposed to contagious diseases that may make you sick and could be spread to others. Know what to do if you feel sick. Visit the Public Health Agency of Canada by clicking HERE or visit www.travel.gc.ca.