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Air Transat plans to offer 50 flights to travel destinations this winter

Air Transat plans to offer 50 flights to travel destinations this winter
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With the possibility of non-essential travel being permitted in the near future, Air Transat is organizing various flights scheduled for this winter to nearly 50 destination spots.

According to The Globe and Mail, “Transat suspended operations on Jan. 29 after Ottawa requested a suspension of travel to Mexico and the Caribbean as well as the adoption of new quarantine measures and testing requirements. The company announced earlier this month that it would begin a gradual resumption of flying starting July 30.”

Starting November 1st 2021, they will begin flying to destinations in the Carribean, Mexico, Central and South America, United States and in Europe.

They are also reassuring clients that refunds will be granted should the situation around the pandemic change.

Once non-essential travel restrictions are lifted, will you be travelling again?

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