KLM airline will fly passengers to Canada again from Tuesday. Travellers must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and be able to present a negative PCR test.
Canada will reopen its borders to international air traffic from Tuesday. Americans who are fully vaccinated have already been able to fly to the country. KLM flies several times a week to the Canadian destinations of Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal.
“We are very pleased that the Canadian government is setting a good example by admitting vaccinated travellers again,” KLM CEO Pieter Elbers said in a statement.
“Now, being able to bring travellers back to our various destinations in Canada is an important milestone and another step on the road to recovery. Hopefully, easing of travel restrictions to and from the United States will also be announced soon.”
Last week, KLM announced that it would not fly to Las Vegas, Miami and Orlando in the US for the time being. The cabinet’s tightening of the corona rules for people travelling to Schiphol from the US is a reason for society to cancel destinations.