There will be no flight of the airline company Porter before the 29th June due to the epidemic of COVID-19.
The carrier announced on Monday that it extended to four weeks the temporary suspension of its activities.
“Even if there is a lot of promising signs in the effort to contain the COVID-19, it is also clear that the restrictions at the borders, the levels of containment and regional limits on large gatherings will remain in place for many areas for a good part of the month of may and into June. It will therefore be difficult for the people to travel”, said the president of the airline, Michael Deluce, news.
It is estimated that the resumption of the activities initially planned for 1 June was not realistic.
Porter has ceased its flights on march 21, the last as a result of the travel restrictions imposed in Canada and the United States.
Without giving details, the carrier has mentioned additional measures will be put in place when services will resume, in order to protect its employees and its passengers against the virus.