In order to manage the spread of COVID-19, the Government of Canada, along with the provinces and territories have put in place some new measures and requirements.
Prior to boarding this flight you will be required to verify the following information, as it applies to you and your travel. This will involve answering a few simple questions to which you must answer truthfully:
• undergo a "health check" (questions as below);
• verify that you have a face covering or mask to cover your mouth and nose-
• you may be required, under an order made under section 58 of the Quarantine Act, to provide, before boarding any aircraft, a suitable quarantine plan;
• you may be required, under an order made under section 58 of the Quarantine Act, to provide, before boarding the aircraft or before entering Canada, to the Minister of Health, a screening officer or a quarantine officer, by the electronic means specified by that Minister, information related to their COVID-19 vaccination and evidence of COVID-19 vaccination.
• For flights entering Canada from another Country and select Aerodromes within Canada; Before boarding an aircraft for a flight, you must provide to the private operator or air carrier operating the flight evidence that they received a negative result for a COVID-19 molecular test that was performed on a specimen collected no more than 72 hours before the aircraft’s initial scheduled departure time
You may be denied permission to board the aircraft and may be liable to a fine if any of the above requirements apply to you and you fail to comply with it. Providing a false or misleading answer could result in a monetary penalty.
The Government of Canada is requiring that all travellers have a removable face covering or non-medical mask to cover their mouth and nose for use through the airport and in-flight to prevent the inadvertent spread of COVID-19 through respiratory droplets. Travellers must wear their face mask at all times when they are 2 metres or less away from another person, other than a member of their household, or when directed to do so by an airline official, a security screening checkpoint officer, a Canada Border Services officer or a Canadian public health official.
As a reminder, no person should board a flight when they are feeling ill as this could potentially put others at risk. Should symptoms such as a fever, cough or difficulty breathing develop while in flight, please notify the flight crew immediately.