Canadian News Aug 25, 2020 1:00 PM EST

55 flights arrive in Canada with passengers infected with coronavirus

More than 20 new flights have recently landed at Canada’s international airports with at least one infected passenger on them, bringing the grand total to 55 flights in less than three weeks.

55 flights arrive in Canada with passengers infected with coronavirus
James Anthony The Post Millennial
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More than 20 new flights have recently landed at Canada's international airports with at least one infected passenger on them, bringing the grand total to 55 flights in less than three weeks, according to CP24.

After landing, at least one person on all 55 of these flights tested positive for the virus.

These flights mostly landed at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, but there have been cases also in Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.

Considering the enclosed nature of an airplane, it almost goes without saying how easy it is for the virus to be transmitted in such a situation.

Anybody who returns to Canada from abroad is still required to shelter in place for at least 14 days upon arrival, without any exceptions, as per the Quarantine Act.

It is also still advised for Canadians not to leave the country for any reason outside of essential travel. Land borders remain currently closed.

Here are all the affected flights between August 1st and August 18th. Passengers concerned about potential exposure to the coronavirus are recommended to contact their doctors and ask to be tested for the virus.

  • Air Transat flight TS831 from Punta Cana to Toronto on Aug. 1
  • United Airlines flight UA375 from San Francisco to Vancouver on Aug. 1
  • Air Transat flight TS893 from Cancun to Montreal on Aug. 1
  • Air France flight AF034 from Paris to Montreal on Aug. 1
  • Air Canada flight AC1297 from Punta Cana to Montreal on Aug. 1
  • Air Canada flight AC1241 from Cancun to Montreal on Aug. 1
  • Pakistan International Airlines flight PK797 from Lahore to Toronto on Aug. 2
  • Etihad Airways flight EY141 from Abu Dhabi to Toronto on Aug. 2
  • Air Canada flight AC992 from Mexico City to Toronto on Aug. 2
  • Egypt Air flight MS995 from Cairo to Toronto on Aug. 2
  • Ethiopian Airlines flight ETH552 from Addis Ababa to Toronto on Aug. 2
  • American Airlines flight AA1354 from Dallas to Calgary on Aug. 2
  • United Airlines flight UA3488 from Newark to Toronto on Aug. 3
  • Qatar Airlines flight QR763 from Doha to Montreal on Aug. 3
  • Air Canada flight AC7682 from Chicago to Toronto on Aug. 3
  • Air France flight AF348 from Paris to Montreal on Aug. 3
  • Air Canada flight AC849 from London to Toronto on Aug. 4
  • Tap Air Portugal flight TP253 from Lisbon to Montreal on Aug 4.
  • Delta Airlines flight DL7203 from Atlanta to Calgary on Aug 4.
  • American Airlines flight AA4719 from Philadelphia to Montreal on Aug. 4
  • Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug. 4
  • Air Canada flight AC879 from Switzerland to Toronto on Aug 4.
  • Air Canada flight AC870 from Montreal to Paris on Aug 4.
  • AeroMexico flight AM680 from Mexico City to Montreal on Aug 4.
  • Lufthansa flight LH492 from Frankfurt to Vancouver flight LH492 on Aug. 5
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight KL671 from Amsterdam to Montreal on Aug. 5
  • Air Canada flight AC8021 from New Jersey to Toronto on Aug. 5
  • Air Canada flight AC7682 from Chicago to Toronto on Aug. 5
  • Air India flight AI187 from Delhi to Toronto on Aug. 6
  • Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug. 6
  • AeroMexico flight AM68 from Mexico City to Montreal on Aug. 6
  • LOT Polish Airlines flight LO45 Warsaw to Toronto on Aug. 7
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight KL691 from Amsterdam to Toronto on Aug. 7
  • Ethiopian Airlines flight ET552 from Addis Ababa to Toronto on Aug. 7
  • Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug 7
  • AeroMexico flight AM696 from Mexico City to Vancouver on Aug. 7
  • Air India flight IA187 from Delhi to Toronto on Aug. 8
  • Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug. 8
  • Air Canada flight AC1295 from Aruba to Toronto on Aug 8.
  • Air India flight AI1143 from Delhi to Vancouver on Aug. 9
  • Lufthansa flight LH492 from Frankfurt to Vancouver on Aug. 9
  • Air Canada flight AC879 from Zurich to Toronto on Aug. 9
  • Air Canada flight AC1255 from Kingston to Toronto on Aug. 10
  • Air Canada flight AC905 from Athens to Montreal on Aug. 10
  • United Airlines flight AC4552 from Chicago to Toronto on Aug. 11
  • Air Canada flight AC871 from Paris to Montreal on Aug. 11
  • British Airways flight BA99 from London to Toronto on Aug. 13
  • Air Canada flight AC992 from Mexico City to Toronto on Aug. 13
  • Westjet flight WS3923 from Georgetown to Toronto on Aug. 14
  • Hi Fly flight HF352 from Guatemala to Montreal on Aug. 14
  • Air India flight AI1143 from Delhi to Vancouver on Aug. 14
  • Air Canada flight AC1231 from Cancun to Toronto on Aug 14
  • Air Canada flight AC992 from Mexico City to Toronto on Aug. 14
  • Air Canada flight AC7491 from New York to Toronto on Aug. 14
  • Royal Air Maroc flight AT2208 from Casablanca to Montreal on Aug. 15
  • Air Canada flight AC1291 from Punta Cana to Toronto on Aug. 15
  • Air Canada flight AC879 from Zurich to Toronto on Aug. 15
  • Turkish Airlines from TK17 from Istanbul to Toronto on Aug. 16
  • Royal Air Maroc flight AT2208 from Casablanca to Montreal on Aug. 16
  • Lufthansa flight LH470 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug 16
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight AF8464 from Amsterdam to Montreal on Aug. 16
  • Lufthansa flight LH470 from Frankfurt to Toronto on Aug. 17
  • Air Transat flight TS765 from Porto to Toronto on Aug. 17
  • Air France flight AF342 from Paris to Montreal on Aug. 18

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