Following the announcement by the Government of Canada to reopen international borders on September 7, Air Canada is getting ready to return to Mexico with 22 weekly flights from Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, in Boeing 737-8 aircraft for 169 passengers in its two cabins. Business and Economy.
The relaxation of the restrictions will allow Mexicans to travel again to the country of the maple leaf, as long as they have completed their vaccination schedule with those accepted by the Government of Canada (Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and J&J) at least 14 days before of the trip and that they meet the specific entry requirements for non-essential trips.
Luis Noriega, Sales Director for Latin America and the Caribbean for Air Canada, highlighted that as travel restrictions decrease around the world, Air Canada is committed to rebuilding its international network and continuing as a global airline that connects everyone with Canada.
“With Mexican citizens eager to travel back to Canada, we are ready to reunite clients with their families and friends. Our flights from Mexico City to Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal conveniently connect to our routes through Canada and the United States at our Canadian hubs, ”said Noriega.
He also spoke about their CleanCare + biosafety protocols, with which they protect the health and safety of their clients to the maximum.
The executive noted that Air Canada’s business hours can be adjusted as needed based on the trajectory of COVID-19 and government restrictions.
The flights are returning after a possible return was announced in May, which was not given due to the country’s government restrictions.