2021-02-11 Canada Airports Limo

Canada imposes more international air travel restrictions

Canada is adding huge new air-head out limitations to avoid further Covid transmission, including suspension of all movement to the Caribbean and Mexico and channeling all worldwide trips through four air terminals.

"The public authority and Canada's primary carriers have consented to suspend administration to sun objections immediately," Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said Jan. 29.

The suspension covers administration via Air Canada, Air Transat, Sun wing and WestJet from Jan. 31 through April 30. Extraordinary facilities will be made to get travelers as of now at these objections back home, Trudeau added.

All global help will presently work through one or the other Calgary (YYC), Montreal Trudeau (YUL), Toronto Pearson (YYZ) or Vancouver International (YVR). The new door limitations apply to all worldwide flying, including US transcoder administration.

Inbound travelers likewise face extra required screening, including a COVID-19 test upon appearance. In the wake of stepping through the exam, inbound voyagers will stand by at an inn—at their own cost, Trudeau said—until results are in.

Positive cases will require isolating at an "assigned" government office, while the individuals who test negative actually should isolate at home. The post-appearance tests are notwithstanding pre-takeoff tests on inbound flights that are as of now required.

Trudeau called the sun-location suspensions "intense measures"— in return for a period "when we can design these get-away ... preferably in the not so distant future."

Trudeau said the public authority will work with carriers on the "future relationship" of movement with testing and isolate prerequisites in anticipation of when limitations can be loose. "We as a whole concur that currently is simply not an opportunity to be flying," he added.

"The public authority asked [for the assistance suspensions], and we concurred," WestJet president and CEO Ed Sims said. "While we realize that air travel is answerable for under 2% of cases since the beginning of the emergency, and even less today, we perceive the Government of Canada's ask is a prudent step."

Canada has had limitations on worldwide and homegrown travel just as boundary intersections since from the get-go in the pandemic, constraining its carriers to radically cut or, sometimes, totally shut down tasks. Doorman Airlines has been grounded since March 2020.

Air Transat was down to six objections—five of them in the Caribbean. The relaxation centered aircraft said it will suspend all flying through April 30 because of the most recent limitations.