Yes. All travellers aged 12 years plus 4 months and older, must be fully vaccinated to board a flight departing from Canada unless exempt and must provide evidence demonstrating that they are fully vaccinated.
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- If I travel outbound before October 30, and return to Canada on or after October 30, do I require proof of vaccination?
- Can you tell me if I have the correct proof of vaccination in order to travel?
- How do I know if I qualify as fully vaccinated?
- I believe I qualify for a religious exemption from the mandatory vaccine requirement to travel by air. What do I need in order to provide to ensure I can travel?
- I have a medical condition. Am I exempt from the mandatory vaccine requirement to travel by air?
- I am booked as part of a group. We earned free travel because we met the minimum booking requirement. If some of my group decide to cancel because they will not meet the mandatory vaccine requirement, will we forfeit our group travel concession?
- I am booked to travel and I am sharing a double room. My travelling companion is not vaccinated and will need to cancel. Do I have to pay a single supplement surcharge?
- I have a travel voucher (or travel credit) that I can no longer use as I will not have the necessary vaccination status to travel. Can I get a refund or transfer my voucher (credit)?
- Can I change my date of travel to next year in case the mandatory vaccination requirement is lifted?
- I no longer want to travel as I do not intend to have the mandatory vaccination as required. Can I get a refund?