“Together with Cue Health, we’re excited to extend our industry-leading range of testing options that make travelling easier and more predictable,” said Mark Nasr, Senior VP Marketing, eCommerce & Products, Air Canada.
Canada’s Health Minister warned Canadians that travel abroad is “both risky and unstable,” and that all incoming travellers should still expect to be tested and quarantine upon arrival.
To say the details of the full program are foggy would be an understatement. Government officials have yet to announce a timeline of implementation or provide guidance to airports.
The carrier is now providing guests with approved testing locations across the country as well as self-administered testing options for flights on WestJet and Swoop.
The site will support an array of different COVID-19 tests, including some with same-day results available, and will be open for walk-ins as well as scheduled appointments.
Beginning 16NOV for new bookings, home country re-entry testing is available onboard for a fee of $55 per person for an Antigen test or $95 per person for a PCR test.