You will be required to undergo a health assessment. Pre-flight infrared temperature checks are required, and travellers must wear a non-medical face mask over their nose and mouth while at check-in, during the boarding process and during their flight. You may be refused transportation for 14 days if you have an elevated temperature (38 degrees or higher) and do not have a medical certificate confirming it is unrelated to COVID-19. Please refer to the Government of Canada Covid-19 site at www.travel.gc.ca/covid-19-travel for the most up to date information.
Note: Mandatory COVID-19 testing and negative results are required for air travellers flying to Canada from another country. All air travellers five years of age or older are required to undergo pre-departure COVID-19 molecular testing before entering Canada. The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to the traveller’s scheduled flight departure to Canada, and documentation of a negative laboratory test result must be presented to the airline prior to boarding. Travellers who are residual positive – meaning they have recovered from COVID-19 but continue to test positive long after they have recovered and are no longer infectious – must provide proof of a positive COVID-19 molecular test conducted between 14 and 90 days prior to their scheduled flight to Canada.
It is the traveller’s sole responsibility to ensure this requirement has been met and any travellers who do not produce this documentation upon check-in will be denied boarding their flight to Canada.
All travellers entering Canada are required to provide COVID-19 information to enter the country. This includes providing an appropriate quarantine plan, contact information and self-assessment on signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Download the ArriveCan app from Health Canada mobile application to submit this information before you travel while reducing wait times and limiting physical contact with others at the border.