Bringing Canadians Home
In these unprecedented times, rest assured we are working around the clock to bring our fellow Canadians home. Our global network continues to operate, transporting Canadians from countries where borders remain open. To see your current flight status, please check here.
In the last week, Air Canada has transported more than 200,000 Canadians back home. With plans to operate more than 250 flights until the end of March from international destinations and more than 440 from the U.S., we look forward to bringing hundreds of thousands more Canadians home to their loved ones.
For the full list of destinations we will continue to service until March 31, please click here.
Post March 31, and until further notice from the government, we will also continue serving all provinces and territories of Canada, with a reduced network, as well as a number of international and U.S. transborder destinations from select Canadian cities.
For the full list of destinations we will continue to service as of April 1, please click here.
Canadians abroad are strongly encouraged to register with the Government of Canada’s Registration of Canadians Abroad (ROCA) https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/registrationExternal site which may not meet accessibility guidelines.. This will allow the Government of Canada to contact you with instructions and a code to book should there be a flight arranged to bring Canadians home.
Upon receiving this code, please complete your booking on your local edition of the aircanada.com website.
Should you encounter an error upon booking, this means there are no more seats available on the flight. If additional flights become available, you will be informed via ROCA.
For any emergency help, please contact [email protected].
For more information on these special flights, please click here.
The Mazatlan Post