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Drone attack in Israel: Air Canada cancels its only flight scheduled for Saturday

Drone attack in Israel: Air Canada cancels its only flight scheduled for Saturday

Following the Iranian drone attack on Israel on Saturday, Air Canada decided to cancel its only flight scheduled for the day to Tel Aviv.

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The flight was scheduled to depart Toronto Airport (YYZ) at 4:25 p.m. on Saturday, and arrive in Tel Aviv at 9:55 a.m. the next day local time.

The company explained on its website that “the flight was canceled due to government or regulatory restrictions beyond our control.”

“Government or regulatory restrictions may arise when there are changes in entry requirements, customs processes, health and safety measures or other local political situations,” Air Canada explained.

The company also announced that it has implemented a “flexible” reservation postponement policy for customers.

“We will continue to monitor the situation in the region and adjust our schedule accordingly,” Air Canada said when questioned by QMI.

Air Canada operates four non-stop round-trip flights weekly between Toronto and Tel Aviv (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday).

This announcement comes only a few days after the company decided to resume its flights after 6 months of suspension.

Following the drone attack, Israel closed its airspace, as did Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan in particular.

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