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.
Canada banned flights from the United Kingdom Sunday for 72 hours in response to a fast-spreading variant of the COVID-19 virus.
Transport Canada has validated training and software modifications, clearing the way for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service.
The governor of Hawaii opened the door to Canadians wanting to take a holiday in his island paradise, establishing a way to bypass quarantine periods.