According to Transport Canada, it will further ease travel restrictions in the country by allowing more airports to accept international flights. The press release was issued Tuesday, and the government said there will be “strict vaccine travel requirements” implemented by November 30. They explained that issuing a pan-Canadian proof of vaccination passport, has crested “opportunities for safe travel for vaccinated Canadians.
The department said that the next step in easing international travel restrictions is to increase the number of Canadian airports that can accept international passengers. As of November 30, there will be an additional eight airports that will be allowed to take in foreign travellers. The airports include St. John’s International, John C. Munro Hamilton International, Region of Waterloo International, and Regina International.
Other airports that will have the new restrictions are Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International, Kelowna International, Abbotsford International, and Victoria International. In a statement, Transport Canada said “These airports, in cooperation with the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency and Transport Canada, are working to implement the measures necessary to start safely welcoming international passengers as of November 30.”
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