Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ratcheting up the pressure on the aviation industry, advising Canadians to avoid domestic travel.
Pre-flight COVID testing within 72 hours of departure is now in effect for all international passengers bound for Canada.
Transport Canada has validated training and software modifications, clearing the way for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service.
Travellers who have a fever will be denied boarding and told to wait two weeks before the can fly again, according to government orders issued Friday.
The Canadian Transportation Agency has issued an FAQ clarifying its position on whether airlines should offer refunds to passengers whose flights are cancelled as a result of COVID-19.
Starting Monday, new rules will require anyone passing through airport security in Canada to wear a mask or other face covering to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.