MONTREAL — Air Canada has announced it is suspending its nonstop service between Montreal and Port-au-Prince, Haiti due to ongoing civil unrest in the country.
Flights on the route will be suspended up to and including Monday, April 29, says the airline.
Customers currently booked on flights between Montreal and Haiti are being asked to contact Air Canada or their travel agency for information, including on refunds or alternate travel arrangements.
Earlier the Government of Canada issued a travel advisory recommending against travel to Haiti: https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/haiti.
On Feb. 18 Air Canada flew 209 customers and 16 crew and support employees out of Haiti as tensions in the country escalated.