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April 14, 202111:35 AMUpdated a day ago
Air Canada to extend sun-destination flight suspensions through May

By Reuters Staff

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FILE PHOTO: An Air Canada Airbus A320-200 airplane prepares to land at Vancouver's international airport in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, February 5, 2019. REUTERS/Ben Nelms/File Photo

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Air Canada on Wednesday joined rival WestJet Airlines in extending a three month suspension of sun-destination flights to the Caribbean and Mexico, as the country wrestles with a surge in dangerous virus variants.

Canadian carriers agreed in January to suspend operations to sun destinations until April 30 due to concerns over the virus spreading during spring break trips.

The country’s largest carrier said it will extend the suspensions through the end of May, an Air Canada spokeswoman said by email. The airline would continue operating some essential flights carrying cargo to Mexico City, Barbados and Kingston, while coming back with temporary foreign workers and Canadians abroad on return trips.

Onex Corp-owned WestJet said on Tuesday it would extend its sun-flight suspensions until June 4.

Canada is due to import enough vaccine doses to ensure every person can receive a shot by the end of June, but the spread of new virus variants risks overtaking the pace of vaccination.

Air Canada, struggling with a collapse in traffic due to the pandemic, reached a deal on Monday on a long-awaited aid package with the federal government that would allow it to access up to C$5.9 billion ($4.71 billion)in funds.
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April 15, 2021 11:56AM
whats that have to do with mexico
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April 15, 2021 03:35PM
Probably lots if it involves the loss of your pension David. Only time will tell if this is real or not.
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April 15, 2021 05:18PM
i dont get a pension im not from canada
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April 15, 2021 08:49PM
Everyone knows that you are an American with a 28 trillion dollar debt that is rapidly climbing. Do you really expect to collect a pension or payments much longer? .You posted your stimulus cheque picture. Who is going to pay off the debt? Something has to change all over the world if we are going to avoid an economic disaster, even here in Mexico. What would you suggest?



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