Jul 20, 2021 • NACC in the News

July 20, 2021, Open Jaw – For Canada’s Airlines And Airports, Border News Means Wheels On The Tarmac

Open Jaw article is also viewable here Ottawa’s announcement Monday brought more than news that fully vaccinated Americans, then international arrivals, would be eligible to enter Canada without quarantine beginning in AUG. It also included the reopening of five Canadian airports to international arrivals.  For months during the pandemic, only four airports were permitted to receive trans-border […]

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Jul 19, 2021 • NACC in the News

July 19, 2021, Financial Post – Canada to admit vaccinated U.S. tourists after more than 16 months

Financial Post article also viewable here OTTAWA — Canada on Monday said it would allow fully vaccinated U.S. tourists into the country starting from Aug. 9 after the COVID-19 pandemic forced an unprecedented 16-month ban that many businesses complained was crippling them. Inoculated visitors from countries other than the United States will be permitted to […]

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Jul 18, 2021 • NACC in the News

July 18, 2021, CP24 – Restrictions at U.S. border to remain in place until end of July, Trudeau says

CP24 News also viewable here OTTAWA – Travel restrictions at the Canada-U.S. border will remain in place for at least another month to prevent a fourth wave of COVID-19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday while acknowledging growing frustration with how the issue was being managed. Measures to limit non-essential international travel have been in […]

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Jul 17, 2021 • NACC in the News

July 17, 2021, Canadian Travel News – Mixed Reaction to Canadian Border Announcement: One Operator Says It’s Too Late

Canadian Travel News article also viewable here Tourism and travel industry officials are hailing news that Canada will ease border restrictions, but the owner of a lodge in southern Ontario says it’s too little, too late. Mike McNaney, president and CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, said he was pleased with the announcement […]

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