Advisories and requirements

Transport Canada has issued a Security Notice that allows for the relaxation of ID requirements for any person impacted by the British Columbia flooding. 

See current travel advisories for details

COVID-19 travel policies

Updated October 28, 2021

The way we travel is very different due to COVID-19. Rules and requirements can change quickly. That's why it's important to review the current COVID-19 travel policies for masking, boarding, vaccination and contact tracing, as well as the travel requirements applicable to you based on your age and destination.

If you do not meet the declaration requirements, please see our flexible change/cancel policy.

WestJet boarding requirements
 

These are boarding requirements for your flight as of October 30, 2021.
You may be subject to additional entry requirements based on your destination.

 

Passenger requirement for proof of vaccination QR Code

As of November 30, 2021, the final phase of Canada’s mandatory vaccination policy for travellers coming into effect. In compliance with Transport Canada regulations, all guests over 12 years and four months of age who are travelling out of a Canadian airport are required to provide proof of vaccination.  

How to prepare for check in

1. Download your Smart Health Card QR Code

2. Ensure the name on the QR Code matches the name(s) on the booking

3. Save your QR Code as an image (.jpg or .png)

  • Many provinces provide a PDF, which our system does not accept. You can save your QR Code as an image by exporting it or taking a screenshot
  • Take a screenshot of your original federally issued QR Code (not from your apple wallet)

4. Scan your QR Code using the camera on your computer or device OR upload an image of your QR Code

Note: If your QR Code is from a country we do not currently accept, please present it to an agent at the airport to have it validated.

 

Health questionnaire
 

  • In compliance with Transport Canada regulations, to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we require all guests to respond to a health questionnaire.
  • We urge guests to respond truthfully as providing false or misleading information could result in a $5,000 fine under the Aeronautics Act.

 

Symptom screening
 

  • If you are displaying COVID-19 symptoms or feeling unwell, you cannot board a flight.
  • If you have a medical condition that presents symptoms similar to those of COVID-19, you will need a doctor’s note or medical certificate that states your medical condition to board the flight.

 

Denied boarding
 

  • If you have been ordered by the provincial or territorial government or local public health to self-isolate or quarantine you will be denied boarding.
  • If you are denied boarding for a domestic flight, we will rebook you to travel at least 14 days after the original date.
  • Guests denied boarding for repatriation flights will not be re-accommodated. 
  • To travel earlier, a valid medical certificate stating that you are not affected by the COVID-19 virus is required.

Guests travelling to/from the United States

United States Federal Law requires that guests two years of age and older must wear a non-medical mask or face covering to cover their nose, mouth and chin during travel. Failure to comply will result in denial of boarding, removal from the aircraft, and/or penalties under United States Federal Law.

Acceptable conditions to remove the mask:

  • ID check during boarding
  • eating or drinking on board for no more than 15 minutes
  • communicating with someone hard of hearing
  • using oxygen
  • a guest is unconscious


Exceptions:

  • Children under two
  • Persons having trouble breathing
  • Persons with disabilities

 

Guests travelling within/from Canada

Transport Canada requires that all guests, six years of age or older, have a non-medical mask or face covering to cover their nose, mouth and chin during travel. Children ages two to five are encouraged to wear a mask at all times. If a child is unable to tolerate wearing a mask, it is not mandatory, but their guardian must have a mask readily available to the child prior to the boarding process. Children under two are not required to wear a mask.

See Transport Canada’s guidance on acceptable masks and face coverings.

General guidelines for currently approved masks:

  • a surgical mask or cloth mask that is made of multiple layers of tightly woven material (such as cotton or linen) and is secured to the head with ties or ear loops
    • this includes “no-sew masks” that are made using a folded scarf, bandana or piece of material and secured using elastic, hair ties or fabric ties.
  • a face covering associated with religious garments, providing they cover the nose and mouth and are made of at least two layers of tightly woven fabric
  • a face covering with a front clear plastic panel for lip reading if the entire mask is not made of plastic or other non-breathable material


General guidelines for masks that are currently not approved:

  • contains exhalation valves (including N95 masks with exhalation valves)
  • does not attach around the ears or head with loops (e.g. neck gaiter or neck warmer)
  • masks made completely of plastic or other non-breathable materials (e.g. gas masks and painter’s masks)
  • anything exclusively made of materials that can easily fall apart (e.g. tissue, paper towel)
  • bandanas or scarves that are not folded and secured into the “no-sew” style.


When travelling by air, guests will be required to cover their mouth and nose:

  • at Canadian airport screening checkpoints
  • while boarding their flight
  • at all times during the flight
  • when instructed to by a crew member


Guests may momentarily remove their mask if they are actively eating or drinking.

Many Canadian airports have made masks mandatory in all public spaces. Please check your airport's requirements before departing.


Zero tolerance mask policy

To support Transport Canada mask requirements guests who do not comply will face penalties including denied boarding and suspension of travel on any WestJet Group aircraft for up to one year. The WestJet Group includes WestJet, WestJet Encore, WestJet Link and Swoop.

Non-compliance will be managed through a three-step process:

  1. Guests will first be asked to put the mask on in a discussion with cabin crew.
  2. A warning (yellow card) that masks are required, and compliance is necessary.
  3. A note from the captain and notification that non-compliance will result in follow up notification that they will be placed on a no-fly list for 12 months.


Medical exemptions

Transport Canada requires that guests who are unable to wear a face mask due to a medical condition, must present an official medical note from a physician, nurse practitioner, dentist, or physician assistant specifying this exception or they will be denied boarding.

Medical certificates must be issued by one of the above professionals only. There are many different types of medical professionals; however, only those listed may issue a valid medical certificate. In addition, medical certificates must:

  • be on official letterhead
  • be dated
  • clearly state the guest’s name and that they have a medical condition which prevents them from wearing a face mask
  • be the original certificate


Mask exemption cards will not be accepted as a form of medical exemption.

See all safety measures

Inputting the contact information for all guests on your booking is mandatory during the 24-hour check-in process online and at the kiosk.

You're no longer able to bypass the information screen, and you must input up-to-date information before a boarding pass will be issued. Guests remain responsible for providing accurate information.

Medical Exemptions
 

1.  Download the medical exemption form

Please note:

  • Foreign nationals entering Canada are not eligible for a medical exemption.
  • Foreign nationals travelling on a domestic flight in Canada must have supplementary medical information from a Canadian doctor. Foreign medical information will not be accepted.

 

2.  Submit the completed medical exemption form to the WestJet Medical Desk a minimum of 14 days before the flight.

Please note:

  • You will not be able to check in for your flight until your medical exemption has been approved, and validation of your required valid molecular* COVID-19 test result has been conducted.
  • Medical exemption forms will not be accepted at the airport, and exemption requests cannot be made through our call center. All requests must be directed to the WestJet Medical Desk at the email address indicated on the form. 
  • The Medical Desk hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 0900-1700 MT; requests received after hours or on weekends will begin to be processed on the next business day.

 

If the medical exemption is approved

If the Medical Desk approves the medical exemption, the guest will receive an email confirming their exemption.

  • The guest will need to submit a valid COVID-19 test to the WestJet Medical Desk prior to departure in order to utilize self-serve check-in. If you are unable to submit it in advance, it can be presented at the airport during check-in. A valid COVID-19 test can be either of the following: 
  • A negative molecular* COVID-19 test result 
  • This test must be performed no earlier than 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time of the first flight of any same-day itinerary, or the first flight of any direct connecting itinerary.
  • The guest will need another negative molecular* COVID-19 test for their return journey if the departure of their return trip exceeds 72 hours from the time the test was taken OR
  • Proof of a previous positive test result taken between 14 and 180 days before the flight 
  • Test result must include:
  • Traveller name and date of birth
  • Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test
  • The date on which the test was conducted
  • The type of test conducted
  • The test result
  • The guest must also carry their proof of a valid COVID-19 test with them. They may be required to present their test results at any time.
  • If the guest does not submit their proof of a valid COVD-19 test result to the WestJet Medical desk a minimum of 48 hours before their flight, they will not be able to self-serve check in, and will be required to present the test result to a WestJet agent on the day of travel at the airport. Please ensure you arrive a minimum of 2 hours prior to departure. 
  • The guest will be required to complete the health questionnaire and symptom screening during check in, and will be required to present their valid COVID-19 PCR test result to a WestJet agent at the airport prior to receiving a boarding pass.
  • The guest will be required to follow the current face mask policy.
  • The medical exemption will be valid for 3 months from the date of approval. The approval may be revoked at any time if requirements change.

 

If the medical exemption is denied

If the Medical Desk denies the medical exemption, the guest will receive an email and will not be permitted to fly.

  • The guest can choose to change or cancel their flight. They will be subject to the change and cancellation policy and fees for their fare type.
  • If the guest does not change or cancel their flight, our no-show policy will apply.
  • WestJet’s decision to approve or decline any exemption is final and not subject to appeal.  

 

* Accepted molecular tests include:

  • PCR-Polymerase chain reaction
  • NAT/NAAT-Nucleic acid amplification test
  • RT-LAMP-Reverse Transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification
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Religious Exemptions
 

1.  Download the religious exemption form

Please note:

  • Foreign nationals entering Canada are not eligible for a religious exemption.

 

2.  Submit the completed religious exemption form to the Regulatory Guest Relations team at a minimum of 3 weeks before the flight.

Please note:

  • You will not be able to check in for your flight until your religious exemption has been approved, and validation of your required valid PCR COVID-19 test result has been conducted.
  • Religious exemption forms will not be accepted at the airport, and exemption requests cannot be made through our call center. All requests must be directed to the WestJet Regulatory Guest Relations team at the email address indicated on the form. 
  • The Regulatory Guest Relations team hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 0900-1700 MT; requests received after hours or on weekends will begin to be processed on the next business day.
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If the religious exemption is approved

If the Regulatory Guest Relations team approves the religious exemption, the guest will receive an email confirming their exemption.

  • The guest will need to submit a valid COVID-19 test to the WestJet Regulatory Guest Relations team prior to departure in order to utilize self-serve check-in. If you are unable to submit it in advance, it can be presented at the airport during check-in. A valid COVID-19 test can be either of the following: 
  • A negative molecular* COVID-19 test result 
  • This test must be performed no earlier than 72 hours prior to the scheduled departure time of the first flight of any same-day itinerary, or the first flight of any direct connecting itinerary.
  • The guest will need another negative molecular* COVID-19 test for their return journey if the departure of their return trip exceeds 72 hours from the time the test was taken
  • Proof of a previous positive test result taken between 14 and 180 days before the flight 
  • Test result must include:
  • Traveller name and date of birth
  • Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test
  • The date on which the test was conducted
  • The type of test conducted
  • The test result
  • The guest must also carry their proof of a valid COVID-19 test with them. They may be required to present their test results at any time.
  • If the guest does not submit their proof of a valid COVD-19 test result to the WestJet Regulatory Guest Relations team a minimum of 48 hours before their flight, they will not be able to self-serve check in, and will be required to present the test result to a WestJet agent on the day of travel at the airport. Please ensure you arrive a minimum of 2 hours prior to departure.
  • The guest will be required to complete the health questionnaire and symptom screening during check in, and will be required to present their valid COVID-19 PCR test result to a WestJet agent at the airport prior to receiving a boarding pass.
  • The religious exemption will be valid for 3 months from the date of approval. The approval may be revoked at any time if requirements change.

     

If the religious exemption is denied

If the Regulatory Guest Relations team denies the religious exemption, the guest will receive an email and will not be permitted to fly.

  • The guest can choose to change or cancel their flight. They will be subject to the change and cancellation policy and fees for their fare type.
  • If the guest does not change or cancel their flight, our no-show policy will apply.
  • WestJet’s decision to approve or decline any exemption is final and not subject to appeal.  

 

* Accepted molecular tests include:

  • PCR-Polymerase chain reaction
  • NAT/NAAT-Nucleic acid amplification test
  • RT-LAMP-Reverse Transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification

Omicron Variant Advisory

Updated December 1, 2021

Our priority is the safety of our guests and employees, and we are committed to adhering to the Government of Canada’s recent policies, travel rules and border measures.

Canada, the United States and a number of destinations to which we fly have introduced new measures to help stop the spread of the Omicron variant. If you have travelled to impacted countries in the last 14 days, ensure you review the requirements for your destination. 


The Canadian Government introduced an entry restriction to travellers who have been in or transited through these countries in the last 14 days:

  • Botswana
  • Egypt
  • Eswatini
  • Lesotho
  • Malawi
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • South Africa
  • Zimbabwe

 

Non-Canadian Nationals

Regardless of vaccination or COVID test status, non-Canadian guests checking in with WestJet, or connecting from an airline partner, who have visited one or more of the listed locations in the past 14 days are prohibited from entering Canada.

If you are unable to travel with us due to this, you may rebook for 14 days after the original flight, or cancel your flight. 

Canadian Nationals

Canadian nationals are permitted to travel to Canada if they have been to or transited through the listed countries, however, they must have a pre-departure COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours that has been completed outside of the listed countries. Additionally, upon arrival they must:

  • Take a COVID-19 test
  • Take a follow up test on day 8 after arrival
  • Self-isolate at home for 14 days

If the guest tests positive for COVID-19 upon arrival, they must quarantine at a government mandated location.

Pre-departure COVID-19 tests

COVID-19 tests performed in any of the listed countries are no longer accepted for travel to Canada. Guests must obtain new COVID-19 tests before being permitted to board their flight to Canada.

Effective November 29, non-US citizens who have been in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi in the past 14 days will be banned from travel to the United States. US citizens and permanent residents returning from these countries are exempt. 

The listed destinations have Omicron Variant entry restrictions, in addition to any existing COVID-19 Entry Requirements.

Please note, this list is not exhaustive, and countries may update their entrance requirements at anytime. Prior to travel, please ensure that you review the entrance requirements for your destination.

  • Antigua and Barbuda: The Government introduced an entry restriction to travellers arriving from or who in the past 14 days have transited through Belgium, Botswana, Hong Kong (SAR China), and South Africa.
  • Bahamas: Bahamas has introduced entry restrictions to travellers arriving from or who have transited through Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia or Zimbabwe.  This ban does not apply to residents of the Bahamas. 
  • Cayman Islands: The Authorities removed the entry restrictions and introduced a PCR test to be taken upon arrival for travellers who have been or transited through in the past 21 days before arrival from Belgium, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
  • Cuba: Effective December 4, 2021 travellers from South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Malawi and Eswatini must provide a complete vaccination schedule at the point of entry and the negative result of an RT-PCR carried out within 72 hours of the trip. In addition, A SARS-CoV-2 PCR-RT sample will be taken at the Point of Entry. Travellers will be subject to a compulsory quarantine for seven days in a location designated for this purpose, with the traveler assuming the costs of accommodation and transportation. A new sample will be taken on the sixth day and if negative, they will be discharged from quarantine on the 7th day.

    Effective December 4, 2021 travellers from Belgium, Israel, Hong Kong, Egypt, Turkey and the rest of the Sub-Saharan African countries (Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Ivory Coast, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Santo Tomé and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Swaziland, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Djibouti and Zambia) must present a complete vaccination schedule at the point of entry and the negative result of an RT-PCR carried out within 72 hours of the trip. A SARS-CoV-2 PCR-RT sample will be taken at the Point of Entry.  
  • Curacao: Curacao has introduced a travel ban for guests who have been in the following countries in the past 14 days: Botswana, Eswatini (Swaziland), Lesotho, Namibia, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe.
  • Dominican Republic: The Government has introduced entry restrictions to travellers arriving from or who in the past 14 days have transited through Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, or South Africa. 
  • France: Until 4 December 2021, flights from Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mauritius, Namibia, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe are suspended and the movement of people from these countries to the national territory is prohibited.
  • Jamaica: The Government has introduced entry restrictions for travellers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, or Zimbabwe. Only nationals or permanent residents who have been or transited through those countries are allowed entry. 
  • Netherlands: Until 4 December 2021, flights from Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe are suspended. Travellers coming from Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa must show a negative PCR test result before departing for the Netherlands and must quarantine upon arrival.
  • St Maarten: Travellers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa or Zimbabwe are not allowed to enter.
  • Trinidad and Tobago: Travellers arriving from or who have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter. These restrictions do not apply to nationals and residents of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • United Kingdom: Travellers who in the past 10 days have been in Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia or Zimbabwe, are not allowed entry into England.  This does not apply to: British nationals and residents of the United Kingdom or nationals of Ireland (Rep.).

 

Entry requirements by destination

Guests must meet the boarding requirements listed above and the destination requirements. 


Please refer to the provincial or territorial government websites of your arrival destination prior to travel for the most up to date information on interprovincial travel restrictions. You may be subject to travel prohibitions which restrict entry to certain provinces or territories or additional measures, such as a mandatory 14-day self-isolation when you arrive.

More information on the federal entry requirements

Accepted vaccine list

Updated November 23, 2021

Any guest who is eligible to enter Canada and who has received the full series of a Government of Canada accepted COVID-19 vaccine or a combination of accepted vaccines at least 14 days prior to boarding a flight to Canada is no longer required to self-isolate upon arrival, and is exempt from the 14-day quarantine period.

All guests, regardless of citizenship, must:

  • Register their planned travel with the ArriveCAN app within 72 hours before their arrival in Canada. Include vaccination information and evidence of a COVID-19 vaccination, if applicable.
  • Effective November 30, 2021 essential workers will be required to include details on their vaccination status
  • All travellers 5 years of age or older, regardless of citizenship or vaccination status, must:
  • Provide proof of a COVID-19 negative molecular test result to enter Canada  taken within 72 hours prior to boarding their flight to Canada 
  • Effective November 30, 2021 individuals who depart Canada and re-enter the country within 72 hours of leaving will be exempt from the obligation to provide a pre-entry PCR or molecular test result. This exemption only applies for trips that originated in Canada, and are taken by fully vaccinated Canadian citizens, permanent residents or individuals registered under the Indian Act. This does not apply to foreign nationals who originate in Canada, or any person whose travel originates outside of Canada.

OR

  • Provide proof of a previous positive test result taken between 14 and 180 days.
  • Fully vaccinated guests must still present one of the above test results. The test will be in addition to the requirements for health questionnaires and face masks. 
  • Accepted types of molecular tests:
  • PCR - Polymerase chain reaction
  • Nucleic acid test (NAT) or Nucleic acid amplification test (NAATs)
  • Reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP)
  • Test result must include:
  • Traveller name and date of birth
  • Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test
  • The date on which the test was conducted
  • The type of test conducted
  • The test result
  • To comply with this regulation, guests will be required to present a negative PCR or RT-LAMP test at check in, taken within 72 hours from their scheduled departure time. Please allow extra time to check in.
  • It is each guest’s responsibility to source and pay for their own valid PCR or RT-LAMP test.
  • Rapid antigen tests are not accepted. Visit the Government of Canada for other acceptable types of tests and see WestJet's testing partners.
  • Guests may be required to complete a COVID-19 molecular test upon arrival into Canada
  • Foreign nationals, except for citizens of the United States, are also reminded to confirm if they require a Visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization to travel to Canada - Find out if you need a visa to travel to Canada

Information regarding entry requirements can be found on Aruba ED Card

Updated November 4, 2021

All guests, including children who are travelling to Aruba are required complete Aruba's online Embarkation and Disembarkation (ED) application within 3 days prior to departure. Upon completion, a confirmation receipt will be provided and an electronic or paper copy must be presented to WestJet for travel. 

During the application process the guest will have the following 4 options:

  • Verify the negative test result or vaccination using Commonpass application
  • Upload a vaccination certificate
  • Upload test result at least 12 hours in advance of departure
  • COVID-19 tests for the application need to be taken within 3 days prior to departure.
  • Authorized tests for entry into Aruba are molecular tests by combined nasal / oral specimen swab (e.g., MOLECULAR TEST, NUCLEIC ACID AMPLIFICATION TEST (NAAT), RT-PCR TEST, LAMP TEST, IAMP TEST).
  • Pay for a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Aruba ($75 USD)
  • If the option to test on arrival is selected, the guest must quarantine while waiting on the results.

 

Additional requirements for guests travelling to Aruba:

  • All guests must purchase the Aruba visitors Insurance or prepay for a COVID-19 PCR test.
  • All guests are subject to random COVID-19 testing upon arrival.

 

 

Updated November 19, 2021 

All guests, including children who are travelling to Antigua and Barbuda are required complete a Health Declaration Form which may be distributed on board and is also available upon arrival.  

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to Antigua and Barbuda: 

  • All guests, except those under the age of 5 years old, are required to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test within 4 days of departure.  
  • All arriving guests including national and residents of Antigua and Barbuda are required to have received at least one dose of a WHO or Ministry of health and Wellness and Environment approved 2-dose vaccine or a single dose vaccine to be permitted entry. 
  • Children under the age of 18 are exempted from the vaccine requirement. 
  • Unvaccinated minors between 5 and 18 years old must take a RT-PCR test taken four days or less before departure. 
  • Fully vaccinated guests qualify for entry with the use of an approved Covid-19 Antigen test or a RT-PCR test taken within three days or fewer before departure. 
  • Partially vaccinated travelers must have a Covid-19 RT-PCR test. The RT-PCR test must be using a nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab taken within four days or fewer before departure. 
  • Guests granted a medical exemption from vaccination and arriving for medical treatment/procedures must have a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test taken within 4 days of departure and comply with the Guidelines for Transfer of Patients into Antigua and Barbuda.  
  • List of approved antigen tests can be found on the Visit Antigua and Barbuda website
  • All guests are subject to random COVID-19 testing upon arrival. 

More information regarding entry requirements can be found on the Visit Antigua and Barbuda website

Updated: November 24, 2021

All guests travelling to the Bahamas are required obtain a Travel Health Visa prior to travel. This document must be presented to WestJet prior to boarding.

Additional entry requirements for guests traveling to the Bahamas:

  • Entry requirements for vaccinated guests:
  • All guests are required to obtain a negative Covid-19 test (either Antigen or PCR-RT) up to 5 days prior to arrival.
  • Covid-19 test results must clearly include the name and address of the lab where the test was performed 
  • Entry requirements for unvaccinated guests:
  • Guests aged 12 years and older entering The Bahamas and/or those travelling inter-island from Nassau & Paradise Island, Grand Bahama Island, Bimini, Exuma, Abaco, and North and South Eleuthera, including Harbour Island, must obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR (swab) test taken no more than 5 days prior to the date of arrival. 
  • Entry requirements for all children between the ages of 2 and 11
  • Children will be required to obtain a negative COVID-19 test (either a Rapid Antigen Test or PCR), taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of arrival to The Bahamas.
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Additional information regarding entrance requirements to The Bahamas can be found on the Government of Bahamas website.

Updated November 10, 2021

The Barbados Government requires that all guests travelling to Barbados complete and submit an online Immigration/Customs Form within 72 hours prior to their arrival or complete at a Barbados Airport kiosk upon arrival.

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to Barbados:

  • All guests travelling to Barbados must receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 3 days prior to departure. The negative test results must be in English and taken by an accredited or certified healthcare provider. The test results must specify that it is based on nasopharyngeal and/or oropharyngeal swab.
  • To expedite the arrival process guests are invited to download the BIMSAFE App to upload their COVID-19 PCR test prior to arrival. 
  • On arrival, guests are to present their COVID-19 PCR test results or the QR code from the BIMSAFE App.
  • Guests arriving without a COVID-19 PCR test result will be required to undergo a COVID-19 test and quarantine until a negative test result is provided. 
  • Children under 5 who are accompanied by a legal guardian do not require a COVID-19 PCR test.
  • Fully vaccinated guests are exempt from the mandatory arrival antigen test and instead may be chosen for a random rapid antigen test. 
  • Vaccines accepted are Astrazeneca, Moderna, Pfizer Biotech, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and Sputnik V. A combination of vaccines. 
  • Children under 18 who are travelling with guardians who are vaccinated will be subject to vaccination guidelines.
  • No quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated guests who are required to depart the airport in approved or designated transportation. 
  • Unvaccinated guests must quarantine for a minimum of 7 nights at pre-approved accommodation and take a 2nd PCR test 5 days after arrival. A list of approved accommodations can be found at Barbados Travel Protocols. Upon receipt of the 2nd negative COVID 19 test result the individual will be allowed to leave their preapproved accommodation and explore the island of Barbados.

 

For more information, please see the Barbados Travel Guidelines

Effective August 9th, 2021 all guests arriving in Belize, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test.

  • A negative result of a Covid-19 PCR test taken within 96 hours prior to arrival or a negative result from any approved Antigen Rapid Test taken 48 hours prior to arrival is required. 
  • Guests arriving with no test, a COVID-19 test will be administered at the airport for a fee of USD $50 per passenger. 
  • Children under the age of 5 years will not be required to present a negative test.

     

For more information please refer to the official TravelBelize.org website.

 

Updated: November 19, 2021

All guests, 2 years of age and older must complete a Bermuda Covid-19 online Travel Authorization form one to three days prior to arrival. 

Resident travel authorization

Visitor travel authorization

 

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to Bermuda:

  • All guests, 2 years of age and older are required to provide proof of a negative PCR Covid-19 test within 4 days of arrival.
  • Test must be either PCR-RT or Rapid PCR.
  • Antigen or Antibody tests will not be accepted.
  • An Oral Pharyngeal test for guests age 2-17 is permitted.
  • Fully vaccinated guests (residents and visitors) must test upon arrival, day 4 and day 10 while in Bermuda.
  • Children who are unvaccinated and traveling with their vaccinated companions (parents or guardians) must test on day 4, day 10 and day 14 while in Bermuda.
  • Children under the age of 2 are not required to complete the Bermuda online Travel Authorization form or provide a negative Covid-19 test.
  • All vaccinated guests will be required to wear a red wristband provided on arrival.
  • The red wristband can be removed after receiving a negative result from the Covid-19 test on arrival.
  • Children who are unvaccinated and traveling with their vaccinated companions (parents or guardians) must keep the red wristband on until receiving a negative result from the Covid-19 test on day 4.
  • Vaccinated guests are not required to quarantine.
  • Unvaccinated guests are required to quarantine for 14 days in their accommodation or at a self-funded location.
  • Unvaccinated guests must comply with rules set in place by the Government of Bermuda. A complete list can be found on the Government of Bermuda website.

 

More information regarding entry requirements and a full list of accepted vaccines can be found on the Government of Bermuda website.

Updated: December 03, 2021

All guests travelling to Costa Rica must complete an online Health Pass form within 72 hours of departure.  Upon completion of the form guests will receive a QR code that must be carried on a mobile phone or printed out to present to the authorities on arrival. One form must be completed per person, including minors, without exception.

Guests must also have proof of travel insurance that provides the following coverage:

  1. Valid during the entire stay in Costa Rica (coverage dates). 
  2. $50,000 for medical expenses, including COVID-19 disease. 
  3. $2,000 for lodging expenses in case of COVID-19 quarantine.

Some bookings may be covered by WestJet’s no-charge COVID-19 travel insurance, please review eligibility and coverage details. For those not eligible, additional coverage will be required. Visit the Costa Rica tourism website for information on Costa Rica insurance providers.

Effective August 1, 2021, all tourists under 18 years of age or are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and inoculated with Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson can enter the country without proof of Insurance coverage.

Effective November 11, 2021 Costa Rica will accept the Covaxin, Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines. 

The last dose of the vaccine must have been applied at least 14 days before arrival in Costa Rica.

Vaccinated tourists must attach the vaccination certificate to the Health Pass. As proof, vaccination certificates and vaccination cards that contain at least the following information will be accepted:

  1. Name of the person who received the vaccine
  2. Date of each dose
  3. Pharmaceutical house

 

For additional information regarding the entrance requirements please refer to the Cuban Tourist Board website.
 
Updated: November 19, 2021

All guests travelling to Cuba are required to complete the online DViajeros form to present on arrival. Guests must also provide proof of vaccination or proof of negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours upon arrival. 

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to Cuba:

  • All guests over the age of 12 must be fully vaccinated or provide a RT-PCR Covid-19 taken within 72 hours to enter.
  • Minors under the age of 12 are exempt from presenting a vaccination schedule or RT-PCR test upon arrival.
  • All guests are required to have Covid-19 cover insurance during their stay in Cuba.
  • Covid-19 cover insurance is available at the airport on arrival in Cuba for 30USD or can be purchased with your travel agency/Tour-operator at the time of purchase.
  • All guests are subject to random Covid-19 RT-PCR testing and/or Medical screening upon arrival.
  • Minors under the age of 12 are exempt from presenting a vaccination schedule or RT-PCR test upon arrival.
  • For additional information regarding the entrance requirements please refer to the Cuban Tourist Board website.
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Please refer to the government of Curacao website for additional information.

Updated October 25, 2021

Air Travel to Curacao from all countries is allowed under the following conditions: 

  • A Public Health Passenger Locator Card (PLC) and Digital Immigration Card (DI card) need to be completed online on the Curacao Entry Portal, no earlier than 48 hours before the flight.
  • A COVID-19 PCR test, not being a gargle test or a self-test, shall be taken at a nationally accredited laboratory no earlier than 48 hours prior to the scheduled departure date, OR an Antigen test shall be taken no earlier than 24 hours before the scheduled departure date. The result of the passengers' PCR or Antigen test with negative results must be submitted online on the Curacao Entry Portal.       
  • An Antigen test must be taken on the third day after arrival in Curacao as booked and paid for when completing the PLC form online on the Curacao Entry Portal no earlier than 48 hours before the flight.
  • The following are exempt from the third day arrival Antigen test requirements:
    a. Holders of a Curacao, Aruba or St. Maarten DCC QR Vaccination Certificate. A digital or paper copy of the tests required can also be presented upon arrival till 1 January 2022.
    b. Holders of an EU DCC QR Vaccination Certificate. A digital or paper copy of the tests required can also be presented upon arrival till 1 January 2022.
    c. Guests who depart Curacao within three (3) days after arrival
    d. Guests who contracted the COVID-19 virus in the recent past and who can present:
    A negative Antigen test result taken no earlier than 24 hours prior to departure; the result of a PCR positive test taken within the previous 3 months and a second PCR positive test taken no earlier than 48 hours before departure
  • Must have medical insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses. This does not apply to: 
  • passengers who reside in Curacao; 
  • passengers with a diplomatic passport;
  • passengers staying for less than 24 hours; 
  • members from the Dutch Armed Forces and their immediate family members.
     

Guests whose travel does not originate from Canada may be subject to different COVID 19 testing requirements please refer to the government of Curacao website for additional information.

For additional information please refer to the GoDominicanRepublic COVID information page.

All guests travelling to and from the Dominican Republic are required to obtain an Electronic Ticket prior to travel. The Dominican Republic electronic portal will ask each guest a series of questions for the General Immigration Office, the General Customs Office and the Ministry of Public Health. Once completed a receipt with a QR code will be provided to present to the authorities on arrival and before departure. 

For more information please refer to the French Ministry of the Interior web site.

To control the spread of COVID 19 and contain the introduction of its variants, France has introduced different border control measures dependent on the country where the guest originates their travel and the countries the guest has been in the past 14 days prior to arriving into France.

For guests originating travel in Canada you must either have a negative COVID-19 antigen or PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure or a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.

Children eleven years old or younger are exempt from testing.

Guests must also present a sworn statement attesting to the absence of symptoms of covid-19 infection and contact with a confirmed case of covid-19.

Effective September 12, 2021, unvaccinated guests originating travel from the United States must present a negative PCR test taken less than 72 hours before departure or a negative antigen test taken less than 48 hours before departure. In addition, the guest must also complete a sworn statement, agreeing to receive an antigen test or biological examination on arrival and agree to self-isolate for seven days.

Vaccinated guests originating travel from the United States must present proof of vaccination status and a sworn statement certifying the absence of COVID-19 symptoms and not having been in contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19.

The Jamaican Government requires that all passengers travelling to Jamaica (both Jamaicans and non-nationals) must obtain a travel authorization within 72 hours of departure.

 

Guests will need to save the electronic or printed copy of the Travel Authorization for the airline agent at check-in, or when boarding your flight to confirm acceptance for travel.

In addition to obtaining a Jamaican Travel Authorization, effective 4 March 2021, all guests must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) antigen or PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. 

Guests younger than 12 years are exempt from the COVID-19 test requirements.

Guests traveling to and from Mexico must complete an online QUESTIONNAIRE OF IDENTIFICATION OF RISK FACTORS IN TRAVELERS. A print out of the completed questionnaire response or an electronic copy displayed from a mobile device to be presented to the Immigration officer when entering or departing Mexico.

For additional information please refer to the following checklist for travel to the Netherlands.

Until 8 August 2021, guests originating travel from Canada are no longer subject to the European Entry ban.  A negative COVID 19 negative test result is no longer required, and you are not required to self quarantine upon arrival.

Effective 8 August 2021, guests age 12 years or older originating travel from Canada will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to travel to the Netherlands.

Guests who do not have a European Digital COVID Certificate as proof of vaccination are required to complete the Netherlands Vaccine Declaration COVID-19 form.

Read more information from the Netherlands government about the requirements for proof of vaccination, the mandatory negative COVID-19 test result and the type of result you need. 

For additional information please refer to the following checklist for travel to the Netherlands.

All guests aged 13 years or older are required to complete and sign a Health Screening Form and keep it with you for verification purposes during travel and on arrival.  

The Health Declaration Form is available in English, French, Dutch, and Spanish

Guests originating travel to the Netherlands from another country, check whether you:

More information around entrance requirements can be found on the Ministry of Health & Wellness Saint Lucia website

Updated November 25, 2021

All guests aged 18 and over travelling to Saint Lucia are required to submit and receive Travel Authorization. Guests can register and request authorization from the Ministry of Health & Wellness Saint Lucia up to 2 weeks prior to arrival. 

Current requirements for guests travelling to Saint Lucia:

  • All guests must receive and print their Travel Authorization documents prior to travel.

 

Current requirements for fully vaccinated guests and children travelling with fully vaccinated guests:

  • All guests aged 5 years and over must take a COVID-19 PCR test (nasopharyngeal) within 5 days prior to arrival and submit the negative results with the travel registration form for review and approval.
  • Children 4 years and under travelling with a fully vaccinated guardian do not require a PCR test.
  • Children 5 years and older, who are not fully vaccinated and are travelling with a vaccinated guardian are required to have a PCR test completed at their hotel on the day after arrival (Non-residents) or at the airport on arrival (residents). All costs associated with testing are the responsibility of guest. After negative results have been received, children 5 years and older will be granted the same access as their guardians.
  • Fully vaccinated guests are exempt from quarantine requirements.
  • Accepted vaccines:
  • 2-Dose Astrazeneca (Vaxzeria and Covishield), Moderna, Pfizer Biotech, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and Sputnik V as well as combination of vaccines.
  • 1-Dose - Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine

 

Current requirements for unvaccinated guests and children travelling with unvaccinated guests:

  • Must be transferred by a COVID-19 certified taxi to approved accommodation.
  • Required to remain on property for the duration of their stay except to transfer to another COVID-19 certified property to continue their stay, or to participate in COVID-19 certified activities, tours, and excursions.
  • After 14 days in COVID-19 certified accommodation, international visitors who are not vaccinated may continue their stay and continue to observe the protocols for this type of accommodation. Guests will also enjoy expanded access to the destination.

Information regarding entry requirements can be found on St. Maarten tourism.

Updated November 22, 2021

All guests, including children who are travelling to St. Maarten are required to complete the Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) at least 12 hours prior to boarding. Proof of vaccination (digital or paper record) must be uploaded and an email PDF will be provided with a QR code that will show test results and vaccination status when scanned.

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to St. Maarten:

  • All Guests who are fully vaccinated are exempted from a COVID-19 test. The completed vaccination date cannot be older than one year, unless a booster shot has been administered before the ending of the one year term. 
  • All guests 5 years of age or older who are not fully vaccinated are required to have a negative COVID-19 test in accordance with the required type of test for the risk status of the country of origin. 
  • Guests between the ages of 5 to 10 years, an oropharyngeal swab will also be accepted. 
  • Guests who are unvaccinated and travel originated in Canada or the United States are required to provide a negative Covid-19 PCR-RT test taken within 72 hours or Antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to departure
  • In home Covid-19 results will not be accepted.
  • Risk country of origin can be found on St. Maarten tourism website.
  • Health insurance is required covering all medical costs associated with Covid-19.
  • Details and exceptions can be found on St. Maarten tourism website.
  • All guests over the age of 10 are subject to random COVID-19 testing on arrival.
  • Fully vaccinated guests are not required to quarantine unless displaying symptoms.
  • The vaccine must be administered more than 14 days prior to arrival.
  • Approved vaccinations:
  • Single-dose:
  • In the case of the Johnson and Johnson/Janssen vaccine, this is 14 days after receipt of the single dose.
  • Double dose: 
  • Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Comirnaty, Spikevax, Vaxzevria, Johnson and Johnson/Janssen, Sinopharm/BBIP-CorV/Vero Cells, and Sinovac/CoronaVac 
  • For additional entrance requirements and information please refer to St. Maarten tourism website. 

Additional information in regard to entrance requirements for travel into Trinidad and Tobago can be found on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of National Security website.

Updated November 16, 2021

All guests, including children who are travelling to Trinidad and Tobago, are required to complete an online TTravel Pass at least 72 hours prior to departure. Proof of vaccination and proof of negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours is required to board your flight to Trinidad and Tobago.

Current guidelines for guests who are travelling to Trinidad and Tobago:

  • All guests must be fully vaccinated to enter Trinidad and Tobago without any quarantine requirements.
  • Unvaccinated minors who are travelling with vaccinated companions, guardians or parents will require a RT-PCR (Nasopharyngeal) Covid-19 test on day 3 and 5 post-arrival. 
  • To be considered fully vaccinated in Trinidad and Tobago, the guest is to have received their final dose 2 weeks prior to arrival.
  • A list of approved COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine combinations for Trinidad and Tobago can be found on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Health website.
  • Unvaccinated non-nationals will NOT be permitted entry into Trinidad & Tobago at this time.
  • Trinidad and Tobago nationals who are not fully vaccinated will be required to enter MANDATORY 14 Day Quarantine and submit to PCR retesting at an approved state-supervised quarantine hotel at their own expense. Proof of accommodation is required prior to boarding the flight and upon arrival in Trinidad and Tobago. All accommodation arrangements must be confirmed BEFORE beginning the application process. A list of approved state-supervised hotels can be found on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of National Security website.

For the most up to date information please refer to Turks and Caicos Tourism 

Updated November 3, 2021

All guests, including children, who are travelling to Turks and Caicos are required to complete the TCI Assured Travel Authorization form at least 24 hours prior to departure and upload proof of vaccination (digital or paper record) to the TCI Assured Authorization Portal.

Current entry requirements for guests travelling to Turks and Caicos:

  • Health insurance which covers all medical costs in regard to Covid-19 is required.
  • All guests 10 and older require a COVID-19 test taken within 3 days of before their arrival.
  • Accepted tests:
  • Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction tests (RT-PCR).
  • Nucleic Acid Amplification tests (NAA).
  • RNA or molecular tests.
  • Antigen tests completed via nasopharyngeal swab.
  • All guests over the age of 16 must be vaccinated to enter.
  • Vaccine must be administered more than 14 days prior to arrival.
  • Approved vaccinations:
  • Single dose: Johnson and Johnson/Janssen
  • Double dose: Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Comirnaty, Spikevax, Vaxzevria, Johnson and Johnson/Janssen, Sinopharm/BBIP-CorV/Vero Cells, and Sinovac/CoronaVac.
  • Fully vaccinated guests are not required to quarantine unless displaying symptoms.
  • All guests, except children under the age of 10 are subject to random COVID-19 testing on arrival.

For the most up to date information please refer to UK Government: Travel regulations and entry requirements

Updated December 3, 2021

From 04:00 UTC Tuesday 30 November 2021 guests arriving from Canada will be subject to the following requirements.

For guests who meet eligibility criteria to be treated as fully vaccinated:

  • must take a PCR test within the first two days after arriving (this can be on arrival or anytime until the end of day 2) 
  • self-isolate until the result of the test is known. Guests may only leave self-isolation if the PCR test is negative. If the PCR test is positive passengers must self-isolate for a further 10 days.
     

Fully vaccinated Guests travelling to the UK from Canada are not required to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test. 

To be fully vaccinated, you must have completed a full course of an approved vaccine at least 14 days before you arrive in the UK.

For vaccines that require two doses for a full course, the following is accepted:

  • A mix of two different types of vaccines. For example, COVISHIELD/AstraZeneca and Moderna.
  • Effective November 22, 2021 the UK will accept the Covaxin, Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines. 
  • Two vaccines from two different approved programs. For example, Australia and Japan; UK and USA; EU and Canada.
     

If you qualify as fully vaccinated, the following is required before you travel to the UK:

  1. Book a test for day 2 – this must be a PCR test 
  2. Complete your passenger locator form within 48 hours prior to arrival in the UK.  The passenger locator form receipt must be presented at the time of check-in 
  3. Self-isolate on arrival and until the result of your day 2 test is known. You may only leave self-isolation if the test is negative.
     

Guests making airside connections in London Gatwick do not have to complete a UK passenger locator form.

You are not required to:

  • take a pre-departure COVID-19 test
  • take a day 8 COVID-19 test
     

If you will be in the UK for less than 2 days, you still need to book and pay for a day 2 COVID-19 test. You only need to take the test if you are still in the UK on day 2.

For additional information or for guests travelling to the UK who are not fully vaccinated or originating travel from another country, refer to the UK Government website.

For the most up to date information please refer to U.S. CDC International Travel

Updated December 3, 2021

Effective November 30, 2021

All guests travelling to the United States will have to meet U.S. Government requirements for foreign travellers in addition to those requirements of the Canadian Government. All guests travelling to the United States, with limited exceptions, will have to show both of the following:

  • Guests 12 years and four months or older - proof of full vaccination  
  • Guests 2 and older - proof of an approved negative molecular or Antigen test taken within 3 days prior to the flight

Effective December 6, 2021

Guests travelling to the United States will have to meet U.S. Government requirements in addition to the requirements of the Canadian Government. All guests boarding a flight to the United States will have to show both of the following:

  • Guests 12 years and four months or older - proof of full vaccination  
  • Guests 2 and older - proof of an approved negative molecular or Antigen test taken one calendar day prior to the flight
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Current travel advisories

Airport travelling to/from Advisory For travel on or between Posted date Additional info
  • Thunder Bay, ON
Winter storm system December 6, 2021 - December 6, 2021 December 5, 2021

This may cause delays or cancellations.

Flexible change/cancel guidelines in effect.

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Southern Ontario Freezing rain December 5, 2021 - December 6, 2021 December 5, 2021

This may cause delays or cancellations.

Flexible change/cancel guidelines in effect.

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  • Vancouver, BC
  • Comox, BC
  • Abbotsford, BC
  • Victoria, BC
  • Nanaimo, BC
Winter storm system December 5, 2021 - December 6, 2021 December 5, 2021

This may cause delays or cancellations.

Flexible change/cancel guidelines in effect.

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  • Ottawa, ON
  • Montreal, QC
  • Quebec City, QC
Winter storm system December 5, 2021 - December 6, 2021 December 5, 2021

This may cause delays or cancellations.

Flexible change/cancel guidelines in effect.

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  • Honolulu, Oahu, HI
  • Lihue, Kauai, HI
  • Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI
  • Kahului, Maui, HI
Rainfall December 5, 2021 - December 7, 2021 December 5, 2021

Regular Change/Cancel guidelines has been announced for:

      - Honolulu, HI, Kona, HI, Lihue, HI, Maui, HI          

Effective 05Dec to 07Dec

This may cause delays or cancellations.

We advise all guests travelling to check the status of their flights prior to leaving for the airport.

Additional updates will be posted as they are available.

If you have made an air-only booking through a travel agent, please contact your travel agent directly. 

All BC Airports Security Notice: BC ID requirements November 19, 2021 - December 10, 2021 November 19, 2021

In conjunction with Transport Canada, WestJet is exempting guests who have been displaced or evacuated as a result of the B.C. floods from the obligations related to identification or other forms of travel documentation normally required for air travel.

Any guests who are travelling as a result of the B.C. floods should proceed directly to the airport for their flight and a CSA will be able to assist with the facilitation of your travels. Please do not contact the WestJet call centre for any inquries related to this exemption, as call volumes remain very high.

Select domestic airpoirts COVID-19 route suspensions November 2, 2020 - November 2, 2021 February 19, 2021

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All WestJet Destinations Travel will be affected due to COVID-19 March 2, 2020 - September 29, 2021 September 9, 2020

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Flights in which someone on board later tested positive for COVID-19


Last updated December 3, 2021 at 3:15 p.m. MT

The safety of our guests and crews is our top priority. It is our goal to be open and transparent throughout this rapidly evolving situation. This table will be updated regularly with information on COVID-19 impacted flights in our network.

The public health authority has jurisdiction, and a process, for notifying guests on board the flight, we are providing all necessary information as required. We have a strict process and protocol in place for notifying our crew of affected flights and are not always able to post the information in coordination with public health.

Guests in affected rows of the below flights are considered close contacts and may be at risk for exposure. Public health officials recommend that affected individuals self-isolate for 14 days after arrival and monitor symptoms. Guests are advised to contact their primary care provider, or their local public health unit if they are concerned that they may have been exposed to or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

All guests who were on the listed flights, but not in the affected rows are advised to self-monitor for signs of cough, fever or respiratory issues and to call their local health authorities if symptoms arise within the next 14 days.

Affected flights - COVID-19 (last 14 days)
Flight date Flight number Departing Destination Rows
2021-11-27 254 Toronto (YYZ) Halifax (YHZ) 1-6, 9-15
2021-11-22 249 Halifax (YHZ) Edmonton (YEG) 7-13
2021-11-19 1511 Los Angeles (LAX) Calgary (YYC) 18-24
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