International flights to return to Regina and Saskatoon
Air travellers, have your passports prepared as international flights from Regina and Saskatoon will reopen on Nov. 30, 2021.
The Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe tweeted “the excellent news” on Tuesday.
“We stay up for the airways resuming direct flights from SK to locations within the US and different nations,” Moe’s tweet stated.
This announcement comes from the Authorities of Canada on Tuesday morning. The Regina Airport Authority confirmed the announcement, stating that during the last 20 months, it has been working with the federal, provincial and municipal governments to make sure individuals can journey safely.
“With the current removing of the federal authorities’s non-essential journey advisory, and now, the return of worldwide flights to YQR, we’re very excited to welcome again travellers on direct flights to quite a lot of unbelievable solar vacation spot,” stated James Bogusz, the president and CEO of Regina Airport Authority.
The federal authorities stated Tuesday that eight extra airports in Canada will likely be accepting worldwide flights, together with the 2 in Saskatchewan.
“Elevated vaccination ranges have allowed us to securely re-open these extra Canadian airports to worldwide passenger flights,” stated Omar Alghabra, minister of transportation.
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Vaccine necessities will likely be absolutely phased in by Nov. 30, Transport Canada stated.
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