The Canadian Prime Minister confirmed his decision to cancel flights to Mexico and the Caribbean because of the risk of coronavirus strains. The airline will therefore be operating the last flights between the two countries over the next few weeks to make it easier for its customers to return to your destination.
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This Friday the airline announced that it will cancel all of its flights to Canada from February 8 and until April, 30thafter the government of that country announced several flight restrictions Mexico and the Caribbean.
according to Aeroméxico Group, Flights to Toronto is suspended from the February 8 until April, 30thin relation to flights to Montreal Y. Vancouver will be canceled from February 10th to April 30th.
In a statement, this airline stated that users who bought tickets are bound for Canada and that is in the notice period, they can be supported by the Flexibility policywhich will be published on its website.
One of the measures of the Flexibility Directive is that if the traveler has to make changes to his flight involuntarily, he can book his ticket again. If the tariff is higher than the original, the difference will not be applied.
The airline announced that it will operate the final flights between the two countries in the following weeks to help its customers get back to their destination.
The restrictions of Canada
On Friday, Justin Trudeauwho is the first Minister of Canada, announced that the main airlines in its country have suspended all flights to Mexico and the Caribbean until April, 30th from this Sunday 31 January as part of the actions in the fight against the second wave of the coronavirus.
“The government and major Canadian airlines have agreed to immediately stop air traffic to beach destinations,” said the Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau.
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