Little by little, countries are sharing their reopening plans following the COVID-19 pandemic who forced all countries in the world to restrict access to their territories. European countries opened their borders to Europeans in the first phase, and are quietly giving access to International countries in the second phase.
Here are some of the most popular destinations that have confirmed the opening dates of their borders to Canadian passport holders.
International destinations accessible with our aircraft
Bahamas: July 1st, without quarantine, all passengers must complete an electronic health declaration form.
Bermuda: July 1st, all passengers must test negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours prior to the flight and complete a health form upon arrival. Also, a COVID-19 test will be performed upon landing in Bermuda and each passenger will be required to remain in isolation until the test results are received (up to 24 hours).
Iceland: June 15th, each passenger will have to pass a virus test on landing, or will have to be isolated for 14 days.
Florida keys: July 21st, the United States will attempt to reopen its borders on July 21st if the virus is contained. Protocol to follow.
Miami: July 21st, the United States will attempt to reopen its borders on July 21st if the virus is contained. Protocol to follow.
Mexico: June 8th, without quarantine. However, all travellers entering the country may be subject to health tests.
New York: July 21st, the United States will attempt to reopen its borders on July 21st if the virus is contained. Protocol to follow.
Dominican Republic: July 1st, without quarantine.
Turks & Caicos: July 22nd, Protocol to follow.