Here is a comprehensive summary of the latest return-to-service announcements. The information will be updated as airlines announce updates to their operations.
RETURN TO SERVICE DATE
On 22MAY, Air Canada released an abridged summer schedule, offering 97 destinations in Canada, the U.S. and worldwide.
Air Canada will be ending social distancing practices on 01JUL, 2020.
Flair says it is taking measures to ensure the safety of passengers, and they are currently operating. Its current route schedule will include both Kelowna and Winnipeg in addition to Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.
Flair will be delaying the launch of service into Ottawa and Atlantic Canada. Full refunds are being offered to passengers booked on cancelled flights to the affected destinations: Ottawa, Halifax, Saint John, N.B., and Charlottetown.
Porter Airlines suspended operations through 29MAY, 2021.
Sunwing has announced that it will be resuming flight service on 06NOV, 2020.
Sunwing will be offering flights with departures from:
Toronto to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic on Fridays and Sundays;
Toronto to Cancun in Mexico on Saturdays and Sundays from 07NOV, 2020.
Toronto to Montego Bay in Jamaica on Fridays and Saturdays from 06NOV, 2020.
From Toronto to Liberia in Costa Rica on Mondays from 30NOV, 2020.
Swoop is set to resume operations from Pearson Airport on 25OCT, 2020, to Montego Bay, Cancun, Las Vegas, Orlando and Tampa Bay.
Transat had originally suspended operations until 30JUN, 2020. They are now resuming flights on 23JUL, 2020.
Transats summer flight schedule, planned for 23JUL to 31OCT, includes 22 destinations in Europe, the South, the United States and Canada.
WestJet had suspended commercial operations for all transborder and international flights through 25JUN, 2020.
On 04OCT, 2020, WestJet will offer operations to 45 destinations including 39 in Canada, five in the U.S. and one in Mexico .
WestJet will be ending social distancing practices on 01JUL, 2020.