Canada’s Travel Advisory for 2019
Canada’s travel advisory for 2019 is available here.
The country’s government website lists four major travel advisories:Canada’s government travel advisory is currently available on the Canada Tourism Information Centre website, although there is no indication when this update will be available.
In addition, a list of all Canadian airports with confirmed Canadian airports listed on the Canadian Travel Advisory page is available at the Government of Canada website.
The list includes most of the major international airports in the United States, as well as several major Canadian airports.
The list includes the following airports:Toronto International Airport, Toronto, Ontario (Canada)Toronto Pearson International Airport (Canada), Pearson, Quebec (Canada)*Montreal International Airport and Toronto Pearson International, Toronto (Canada*Ottawa-Gatineau International Airport Canada)*Toronto Pearson Airport Canada, Gatineau (Canada*)St. Catharines International Airport , St. Cathars (Canada )*Victoria International Airport-Hastings, Hintonburg, Ontario, Canada*Bourassa International Airport Calgary, Alberta (Canada-Canada)*Humber Airport Toronto, Toronto Canada (Canada)(In addition to the above, the Canadian government is also issuing advisories for a number of airports in British Columbia, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec.(Image source: Canadian government website)The Canadian government does not list any international airports that will be closed for the remainder of the month.
However, there are reports that there are closures planned for the end of February, beginning March 8.
In late December, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) issued a warning that a large number of airlines were closing their operations due to low passenger numbers.
Airlines are expected to be closed from January 26 until March 3.
The Canadian airline industry has also seen a decline in demand due to the economic downturn, especially with airlines operating in the North American markets.
The Canadian government says that in order to meet its fiscal targets, the government is looking to reduce spending on travel.
The government is proposing to introduce a 3% tax on international travel.
The government has also announced a $2-billion “tax on airfares” on air travel, and is considering introducing a similar tax on the value of all non-refundable tickets sold on airline ticket sales websites.
In the meantime, Canadian travellers are advised to take steps to protect themselves from future cyber attacks and other cyber attacks.(Image credit: Canadian aviation industry association)In addition as part of the government’s travel advice, the Government will be announcing the results of a survey in January to measure Canadians’ attitudes towards cybersecurity.