Air Canada has announced that it will restore some services along the routes to Jamaica, Mexico and Barbados starting in early May, after Canadian airlines suspended all flights to sun destinations in January at the request of the federal government.
Air Canada will operate three flights per week from Toronto to Mexico City starting May 3 and one flight per week from Toronto to Kingston, Jamaica and Bridgetown, Barbados, starting May 5 and 9, respectively.
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The suspension of flights to sun destinations was to last until April 30.
Air Canada said in its most recent call for results in February that it expected the federal government to replace some quarantine measures for international travelers with a testing program at airports before the suspensions were lifted.
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In addition to flights to sunny destinations, Air Canada also suspended some routes to the United States and other countries earlier this year due to weak travel demand.
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The airline plans to restore some routes, including Vancouver – Tokyo from May 1, Toronto – Hong Kong from May 6 and Toronto – Bogota from May 7.
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