Air Canada temporarily suspends its flights to China
The Canadian airline officially declared the temporary cancellation of all direct flights to Beijing and Shanghai from January 30, 2020 and until February 29
Today, Canada's main airline, Air Canada, officially declared the temporary cancellation of all direct flights to Beijing and Shanghai from January 30, 2020 until February 29 of the same year following the recommendation of the Government of Canada to avoid non-essential trips to mainland China.
The last flights of the airline leaving Canada will operate until today, January 29, and the return flights will do so from Beijing and Shanghai on January 30, 2020. It is important to note that customers who have an itinerary of Scheduled flight on cancellation dates should be quiet, as they will be offered options not to affect their activities, this includes being reassigned in other airlines with available spaces, or in case a full refund is required. Air Canada regrets this situation and apologizes for the interruption of our clients' travel plans.
“The Emblem of Canada Airline” will continue to closely monitor this evolution of the situation in consultation with the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Ministry of Transportation of Canada and the Ministry of World Affairs, to adjust its program as appropriate.
Currently, Air Canada operates direct flights to Beijing and Shanghai from Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.