Air travel restrictions Canada
Ranking history for Canada
Air travel restrictions for Canada
Rank Country Basis for international restriction Travellers' quarantine & health check Domestic restriction Cross reference Update time Supporting documents
63rd Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. Also, foreign nationals are now allowed to enter Canada if they are the immediate family of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. In general, there is a ban on recreational travel. Symptomatic passengers: Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all in both international and domestic flights. Specific airports restricted: International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Sat, 15 Aug 2020 09:02:08 GMT

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57th Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. Also, foreign nationals are now allowed to enter Canada if they are the immediate family of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. In general, there is a ban on recreational travel. Symptomatic passengers: Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all in both international and domestic flights. Specific airports restricted: International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Tue, 07 Jul 2020 15:18:31 GMT

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57th Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. In general, a ban on recreational travel. Symptomatic passengers: Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all in both international and domestic flights. Specific airports restricted: International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Fri, 03 Jul 2020 07:39:18 GMT

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40th Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. In general, a ban on recreational travel. Symptomatic passengers: Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all in both international and domestic flights. Specific airports restricted: International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Sat, 20 Jun 2020 05:49:12 GMT

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24th Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. In general, a ban on recreational travel. Symptomatic passengers: Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all in both international and domestic flights. Specific airports restricted: International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Fri, 19 Jun 2020 00:08:54 GMT

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24th Canada Nationality: restriction for foreign nationals, non-permanent residents for flights from non-USA locations. Certain exceptions are made including, essential service providers, study permit and work permit holders. For those travelling from the USA, travel for essential purposes is allowed. Symptomatic passengers not allowed at all. In general, a ban on recreational travel. International flights are operating only at 4 airports (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary). Transit is allowed An air carrier must conduct a health check of every person boarding an aircraft for a flight to Canada. While conducting a health check, every person is to be asked to verify whether the person exhibits the following symptoms: fever and a cough or a fever and difficulty breathing. During the boarding process, the air carrier must observe whether any person boarding the flight is exhibiting any such symptoms. A person who acknowledges being symptomatic, or if the air carrier observes any such symptoms in a person, will be denied boarding in most cases. every passenger must be asked whether he or she has been refused boarding in the preceding 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19. All travelers have to wear a non-medical mask. Mandatorily 14 days self-isolation for all travelers and quarantine at designated facilities for those unable to self-isolate. The quarantine requirement does not apply to crew members. Essential purposes only USA, Europe, Japan Thu, 28 May 2020 17:49:18 GMT

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