Air Canada resumes selling flights to Barbados and Jamaica

An Air Canada Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft arriving from Toronto prepares to land at Vancouver International Airport, in Richmond, B.C., Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Boeing's Max 8 aircraft won't be allowed to fly in Canadian skies until officials believe all safety concerns have been addressed. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Air Canada has resumed selling flights to some destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico for May.

They also are restoring flights to some U.S. cities as well as Europe and Asia for May.

With variant cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Canada, the major Canadian airlines earlier this year agreed to stop flying to the Caribbean and Mexico until April 30.

There’s been no announcement about flights beyond that date, but a check of Air Canada’s website shows several routes being restored in May.

The website says they plan to fly three times a week between Toronto and Mexico City starting May 3 and once a week between Toronto and Kingston, Jamaica beginning May 5.

In addition, they’ll begin flights between Toronto and  Orlando on May 8 and between Toronto and Barbados on May 9.

Air Canada will have one flight a day to New York/La Guardia from both Montreal and Toronto starting May 21.

The website says they’ll begin three flights a week between Vancouver and Tokyo/Narita on May 1 and three times a week between Toronto and Zurich, Switzerland starting on May 22.

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