Transport Canada is easing its restrictions again and is announcing that from November 30, international flights will be able to land at eight more airports across the country.
Since the resumption of international travel, passenger flights from abroad could land at ten of the country’s most important airports, including Montreal Trudeau and Jean Lesage of Quebec.
Smaller airports have been restricted for routing flights to larger airports due to their better ability to prepare and manage the logistics surrounding COVID-19 related health measures.
So this news doesn’t change much for travelers returning to Quebec.
Transport Canada noted that “additional airports will be considered in the future according to circumstances, in particular according to demand, their operational capacity, the epidemiological situation in Canada, and the recommendations of Public Health Canada.”
The following airports will be able to resume accepting international flights:
• Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
• Calgary International Airport
• Edmonton International Airport
• Halifax Stanfield International Airport
• Montreal Trudeau International Airport
• Ottawa Macdonald – Cartier International Airport
• Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport
• Toronto Pearson International Airport
• Vancouver International Airport
• Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
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