In Transit on Air France via Montreal
Air Saint-Pierre offers an “in transit” service with certain Air France flights to and from Montreal.
Passengers travelling on AF344 (as well as AF342 during certain periods):
- Your baggage will be transferred * directly from flight AF344 to Air Saint-Pierre’s flight PJ1124. Passengers must follow the “in transit” path within the arrivals in Montreal.
* Note : passengers with operate tickets with both Air Saint-Pierre (638) and Air France (057), it is necessary to go up to Air France’s check in counter to have their bags ticketed with FSP as a final destination (not possible through automated checkin booths.) Saint-Pierre being a relatively small destination, many agents wrongly assume that a bag can only be ticketed up to YUL (Montreal.)
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 at the “in transit” counter.
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.