In Transit on Air France via Montreal
Air Saint-Pierre offers an “in transit” service with certain Air France flights to and from Montreal on Saturdays and from June to October on Tuesdays also.
Passengers travelling on AF342:
- Flying “in transit” for this flight is not possible. Upon arrival in Montreal, passengers must report to Canadian customs, collect their luggage at baggage claim and then proceed to the Air Saint-Pierre check-in counter to re-register.
Passengers travelling on AF344:
- Your baggage will be transferred directly from flight AF344 to Air Saint-Pierre’s flight PJ1124. Passengers must present themselves to the “in transit” counter with customs on the arrivals level.
Passengers travelling on AF345 and AF347:
- Your baggage will be transferred directly from flight PJ1123 to flights AF345 and/or AF347. Passengers must present themselves to the “in transit” counter with customs on the arrivals level.
Passengers travelling on AF349:
- Flying “in transit” is also possible just like AF345 and AF347; passengers are requested to inquire about it at time of check-in in Saint-Pierre.
For those passengers who do not wish to remain in bond in Montreal: please inform the check-in agent in Saint-Pierre. These passengers, upon arrival in Montreal must report to Canadian Customs, collect their luggage at the baggage claim, and then proceed to the Air France check-in count to re-register.