With a Calgary departure for Vancouver, Westjet operated the first Boeing 737 Max revenue flight in Canadian skies in almost two years.
A new pre-flight testing requirement has not stopped the flow of passengers infected with COVID from entering Canada.
A new study from New Zealand shows likely in-flight COVID spread and backs quarantine periods for international flights.
Pre-flight COVID testing within 72 hours of departure is now in effect for all international passengers bound for Canada.
Canada’s Westjet said it will be ready to fly Boeing 737 Max aircraft as of January 21 almost two years after the type’s global grounding.
Canada will soon require international passengers to get a COVID test before they are allowed to board a flight into the country.