This story was originally published in July 2020 and was updated in January 2022.
The Government of Canada released a travel advisory, as of December 15, 2021, to avoid non–essential travel outside of the country, due to the increased risk of the Omicron variant of Covid–19.
Anyone aged 12 or older departing from a Canadian airport on a domestic or international flight will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid–19. A pan–Canadian standardized digital proof of vaccination document is currently available in all provinces and territories. Stay informed on the latest travel rules and restrictions by visiting the Government of Canada’s site on travel health notices.
If you are planning to travel, Air Canada is flying to destinations across Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia.
For the latest information, check out IATA’s Travel Centre Covid‑19 Travel Regulations Map, which sources comprehensive information from airlines and government agencies on travel restrictions. Air Canada’s Covid–19 travel information page also includes a regularly updated list with entry requirement for countries where it flies to.