By Ravreet Singh, Published on August 10th, 2021 in News
Amritsar/Vancouver (Team FlyAmritsar):- For the 4th time since late April 2021, the Canadian Government has once again announced the extension of current suspension on all scheduled and charter flights arriving into Canada from India until September 21st 2021 to help control the spread of new variants of the novel coronavirus.
The Canadian government had first announced on April 22nd 2021, a 30 day ban on all scheduled and charter flights arriving into the country from India & Pakistan, as the COVID-19 cases in India & Pakistan were on the rise. This ban was later than future extended until August 21st 2021.
The Canadian Minister of Transport, Hon’ble Omar Alghabra announced via Twitter, “Protecting the health and safety of Canadians continues to be our top priority. After reviewing public health data, we have decided to extend the direct flight ban between Canada and India until September 21st, 2021.”
Before this flight ban was imposed, both #Air India and #Air Canada were operating direct flights between Delhi and Toronto/Vancouver.
Due to this extension, Air India is also not going to be able to operate its direct flights from Delhi to Toronto & Vancouver for the time being.
According to the restrictions, the ban applies to direct flights from India. Passengers can still fly to Canada from India, but will need to arrive in Canada via a third country. These passengers will need to produce a negative result on a COVID-19 test taken at their last point of departure before being allowed to enter Canada.
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