After six long months, everyone from Canada’s airlines to tour operators, consortiums, chains and host agencies have called on the federal government to re-evaluate Canada’s travel restrictions. Now even IATA is wading into the fray.
Toronto's Pearson international airport says passengers and airport employees must now wear masks or face coverings “at all times,'' part of a bundle of new policies effective today to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Air Canada says it's expecting a ``normal day'' after a system-wide outage affected flights across the country on Tuesday, but a spokesman for the airline urges passengers to check their flight's status before heading to the airport.
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