In alignment with public health recommendations and Transport Canada requirements, airports are requiring  everyone to wear masks or face coverings, practicing good personal hygiene, and keeping a safe physical distance. The airports are limiting the people who enter to workers and those who are travelling. They have increased the frequency of cleaning, and encourage their staff and customers to follow public health guidelines!

These 4 airports are accepting international flights. Click below for their updates:

Toronto Pearson International Airport - Click here
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport - Click here
Calgary International Airport - Click here
Vancouver International Airport - Click here

Tips from a traveller:
  • Pre-assign your seat at time of booking to enable to you to have a better choice of location onboard. There may be a charge, pending the fare type you have purchased, but it is worth it. There are some exit rows with more leg room, or some configuration that may work best for you and your travelling companions.
  • Do a screen shot of your ArriveCAN Receipt & the QR code that is provided once you complete your profile on the Safe Travels Hawaii site. ‘Save’ these two to your Photos. That way you don’t have to rely on finding these again and/or using your Data upon arrival in Hawaii. The screen shots worked perfectly… even when the Hawaii officials scanned the QR code.
  • Check-in for your flight on-line - 24 hours in advance! Have your Nexus Card and/or passport handy and be ready to provide the address of where you will be staying in Hawaii
  • Pack some snacks and consider eating prior to arriving at the airport. Ensure you don’t pack liquids as you can purchase these at the airport at Hudson’s or Timmy’s.