On November 19, Air Canada flight AC1673 from Orlando to Toronto confirmed a case and identified the affected rows as three and 12 to 15.
The next day, November 20, an Air Canada flight AC1811 from Cancun to Toronto identified the affected lines 20 to 26.
On November 21, American Airlines flight AA3236 from Chicago to Toronto identified the affected lines 11 to 17.
The government has also identified four other domestic flights from Toronto with coronavirus cases on board.
On November 18, Air Canada / Jazz flight AC7915 / QK7915 from Thunder Bay to Toronto confirmed a case of COVID-19 and identified affected lines 12 to 16.
On the same day, an Air Canada flight AC127 from Toronto to Vancouver confirmed a case of COVID-19 and identified the affected lines 33 to 39.
On November 19, a WestJet flight WS652 from Calgary to Toronto also confirmed an onboard case identifying rows 1-5 affected.
Another Air Canada flight AC123 on November 19 also confirmed an on-board case and identified the affected rows 18 to 21.
“If you have recently returned to Canada, you must quarantine yourself for 14 days from the date of your arrival in Canada. It’s mandatory whether or not you have symptoms, ”the government website read.
For up-to-date information or to see if your flight has been affected, visit the Government of Canada website.