Here is a comprehensive summary of the latest return-to-service announcements. The information will be updated as airlines announce updates to their operations.
|AIRLINES||RETURN TO SERVICE DATE|
|AIR CANADA||Air Canada is temporarily suspending flights to and from the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America beginning Sunday, 31JAN, 2021, for 90 days in support of the Government of Canada’s request in response to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.
Air Canada will be ended social distancing practices on 01JUL, 2020.
|FLAIR||Flair says it is taking measures to ensure the safety of passengers, and they are currently operating. Its current route schedule will include both Kelowna and Winnipeg in addition to Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.
Flair will be delaying the launch of service into Ottawa and Atlantic Canada. Full refunds are being offered to passengers booked on cancelled flights to the affected destinations: Ottawa, Halifax, Saint John, N.B., and Charlottetown.
|PORTER AIRLINES||Porter Airlines suspended operations through 21JUN, 2021.|
|SUNWING||Sunwing has cancelled all southbound flights to sun destinations and domestic flights to/from British Columbia and Newfoundland through 23JUN, 2021.|
|SWOOP||Swoop is set to resume operations from Pearson Airport on 25OCT, 2020, to Montego Bay, Cancun, Las Vegas, Orlando and Tampa Bay.|
|TRANSAT||Following measures announced by the Canadian government, our operations are temporarily suspended until 30APR, 2021.|
|WESTJET||WestJet announced on 18FEB, 2021, that it will temporarily suspend operations to St. John’s, N.L., London, Ont., Lloydminster and Medicine Hat, Alta., from 19MAR, until 24JUN, 2021.
Earlier this month, Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing and Air Transat cancelled flights to Caribbean destinations and Mexico until 30APR, 2021.
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