Canada to allow direct flights from India, lifts ban after 5 months

New Delhi: Direct passenger flights from India can land  in Canada from today after a long gap of 5 months as Canada lifted the ban on flights from India on Sunday. Canada banned all direct flights from the country in April due to the havoc caused by the second wave of corona virus in India. The dates for the restoration of flights were also extended several times during this period.

Announcing the decision, Transport Canada tweeted on Saturday, "Direct flights from India from EDT 00:01 from September 27 will land in Canada. Additional public health measures will be implemented.' Transport Canada said that within 18 hours of flight departure time, passengers should have a certificate of approved covid negative report from the Zenastring Lab at Delhi Airport. The Canadian government in its travel advisory said that passengers will have to submit corona test reports with a QR code issued by this generation lab to the air operator before boarding the flight.

Transport Canada stressed that airlines will not allow boarding of any passenger who is unable to meet these rules. In fact, Canadian Airlines decided to lift the ban on September 22 after a corona test negative for passengers travelling from New Delhi to Canada on three flights. Canada banned all direct flights to and from India in April in the wake of the second wave of corona virus.

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