Air Canada suspends its flights between the Canada and the United States starting next Monday, due to the extension of the restrictions on the border between the two countries caused by the COVID-19.
The largest air carrier in the country intends to resume its service to our neighbor to the south on the 22nd of may, unless the restrictions remain in place.
Air Canada explained that its decision was motivated by the agreement between Ottawa and Washington to limit the cross-border trade between the two countries for yet another month.
The last commercial flight of the company from United States to Canada will take place this Sunday.
Air Canada had maintained flights to 11 destinations in the united states since the restrictions were announced on 21 march last. These services aimed to enable canadian citizens to return home.
The customers who had reservations for cancelled flights will be able to change them without fees.
The carrier is said to have reduced its schedule by more than 90% because of the COVID-19 from the 16 march.