Air Canada reactivates Mexico – Canada operations

The Government of Canada announced that as of September 7, the borders will be opened for non-essential activities. Therefore, the airline Air Canada reported that it will resume flights to and from Mexico.

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According to information from the airline, it currently offers 15 weekly flights in a Boeing 737-8 aircraft with 169 seats and one of the objectives for November is to reach the figure of 28 weekly frequencies, with two daily operations to Toronto and one daily to Vancouver. and Montraeal.

Air Canada confirmed flight schedules:

CDMX a Toronto 00:40 y 14:00

Every day of the week.

Toronto a CDMX: 08:30 y 20:30

Every day of the week.

CDMX a Montreal: 06:00.

Monday Tuesday and Thursday.

Montreal to Mexico: 6:50 PM.

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday.

CDMX a Vancouver: 06:00

Monday Tuesday,

Thursday friday and saturday.

Vancouver a CDMX: 17:15.

Monday Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Likewise, it was announced what are the requirements to resume non-essential trips to Canada: complete at least 14 days before the trip the complete vaccination schedule with the vaccines accepted in that country: Moderna, Pfizer and Aztra Zeneca (two doses) ; and J&J (1 dose); the vaccination certificate must be in English or French; complete the travel information in ArriveCan (in the app or website); and all passengers over 5 years old must have a PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival.


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