Air Canada to stop flying to the US
Air Canada will suspend its limited transborder flying on April 26, citing the extension of coronavirus-related joint travel restrictions put in place by Canada and the US, and reduced demand for repatriating Canadians.
The Canadian carrier has reduced its schedule by more than 90% in response to the COVID-19 outbreak that has all but eliminated demand for travel. It had kept limited service between its primary hubs in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver and 11 US destinations. But those flights will be removed starting April 27 and will remain off the schedule until at least May 22.