Pearson Airport estimates 85,000 people will be flying out on their March Break vacations but authorities warn to “pack your patience.” Being Canada’s largest airport they expect Friday to be the busiest travel day since the pandemic began. It’s the first time since 2019 that March Break will happen without recommendations against non-essential travel in effect.
The holiday comes soon after Canada lifted the requirement for returning travellers to provide a negative result on a PCR test. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority is warning passengers at Pearson International Airport to expect delays as COVID-19 measures are still in place.
Rachel Bertone, a senior adviser with the GTAA said “It is a little bit of a different experience,…There are going to be a little bit longer processing times because of the COVID-19 health checks. So, if you’re arriving in the terminal, we’re asking passengers to pack your patience,” Airport authorities recommended a list of tips for passengers travelling on this day.
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