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There's a lot to be aware of when travelling right now and we understand it can feel overwhelming. We're here to guide you with a helping hand to get you on your way. COVID-19 has changed many things, but it hasn't changed our number one priority; safety. Our travel partners follow guidance from the Public Health Agency of Canada to maintain a clean and safe environment for all. If you have a flight coming up here's everything you need to know about travelling with Swoop.
IMPORTANT: ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TO CANADA
Covid-19 Test: Starting April 1, 2022, pre-entry tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada. You must still use ArriveCAN before and after April 1
ArriveCAN App : It is mandatory for all travellers flying to Canada to submit their COVID-related information digitally through ArriveCAN app.
Quarantine: Unvaccinated travelers, including Canadian citizens and residents, are required to quarantine at their own accommodations for 14 days on arrival.
Masks: Swoop requires all travellers to wear a non-medical mask or face covering while onboard the aircraft, for the entirety of the flight.
Proof of vaccination: Travellers must have received at least 2 doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine and have no COVID-19 symptoms. Proof of vaccination is to be uploaded in the ArriveCAN APP or website prior to departure.
Please ensure that you verify the entry requirements for each country on your itinerary. Information can be found on www.iatatravelcentre.com
Four our clients’ convenience, some hotel chains are offering COVID-19 testing services on-site or at an external clinic. You can consult here the list of hotels per destination offering testing services on-site. Please note that the prices for tests are subject are for information purposes only, and are subject to change at any times, without warning.
Also, all travellers flying to Canada must submit their COVID-related information digitally via the ArriveCAN app or website before their departure to Canada. Failure to do so may result in a fine.
For more details, visit Canada.ca/ArriveCAN