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Air Canada announced recently that, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, it will operate its first special flight from Algiers on March 31. Additional flights from Peru and Ecuador are also planned to depart in the coming days.
The flight from Algiers to Montreal is currently scheduled to operate on March 31 on an Airbus A330 with 292 seats.
Air Canada Rouge will operate two additional flights on March 29th and March 31st, on 282-seat wide body Boeing 767 aircraft.
Air Canada is planning to operate one extra flight on April 1 on a 400-seat wide-body aircraft.
Canadians abroad must register with Global Affairs Canada to book their seat. For any emergency help, travellers can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since March 21st, Air Canada has operated nine special flights in collaboration with the Government of Canada to bring back Canadians home.
- Morocco – March 21, 23, 25
- Peru – March 24, 26, 27
- Ecuador – March 25, 27
- Spain – March 25
Nearly 8,500 passengers in one day
Air Canada continues to operate on a reduced network following restrictions imposed by governments around the world. Its operations remain focused on bringing Canadians back home.
On March 28 alone, Air Canada operated 59 flights back to Canada carrying approximately 8,500 passengers. Over the period between March 27 to 29, Air Canada carried approximately 22,500 passengers back to Canada on 175 flights from Asia, Europe, Caribbean/South America and the United States.