Cancun, Q.R. — Aeromexico says they will suspend flights to Canada starting the first week of February. Until then, the airline reports that they will maintain regular flights between the two countries to allow people to return home.
Aeromexico announced the suspension of its flights to Canada in February after Canada reported its main airlines will temporarily cease flying to southern sun-and-sand destinations.
According to a statement, Aeromexico detailed that its flights to Toronto will be suspended on February 8, and those to Montreal and Vancouver starting February 10, adding that regular Canada-Mexico flights will resume on April 30.
On January 29, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada’s main airlines have agreed to suspend flying into Caribbean countries, including Mexico, for three months.
He reported that Canadian airlines Air Canada, Air Transat, Sunwing and WestJet have agreed to suspend operations between the two countries until April 30. The move came after Canada suffered a vaccination campaign setback, receiving less doses than expected.