MONTREAL — Air Canada has announced it is further reducing its system capacity for this first quarter of 2021 by an additional 25%. The news coincides with updates Atlantic Canada’s airports received from Air Canada, advising of more air service suspensions that will become effective Jan. 23rd. According to the Atlantic Canada Airports Associations (ACAA), […]
In-destination PCR testing will no doubt ramp up exponentially now that one of the biggest travel markets in the world - the U.S. - is following the lead of other countries including Canada in mandating pre-arrival negative COVID-19 tests for air passengers.
Some of Atlantic Canada's airports are going without commercial service starting today following Air Canada's decision to cancel flights to Sydney, N.S., and Saint John, N.B., amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The travel industry is still reeling from the news that all travellers must now show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test prior to boarding their flight to Canada, a new requirement announced by the federal government in the last days of December, with only a week’s notice.