Airports in Canada

The main airports in the country included in our guide are listed below

Billy Bishop Toronto City airportToronto Pearson airportOttawa airportLondon airport, OntarioCalgary international airportEdmonton international airportAbbotsford airportMontréal airportVancouver airportKelowna airportHalifax international airportWinnipeg international airportSaskatoon international airportSt. John's airportGreater Moncton airportVictoria airportRegina international airportQuébec airportHamilton International AirportThunder Bay airportCharlottetown airportFredericton international airportWhitehorse airportJ.A. Douglas McCurdy Sydney AirportSaint-Hubert airportNanaimo airportRegion of Waterloo international airportKamloops airportBagotville AirportIqaluit airportWindsor international airportYellowknife airportGrande Prairie airportGander airportKingston Norman Rogers airportSarnia airportSudbury AirportInuvik airportSept-Îles AirportCanadian Rockies international airportPrince George airportAkulivik airport
CORONAVIRUS: Check the restrictions in force with your airline or by contacting the airport, taking into account its origin and destination. In the case of international flights you can see the situation of each country at International Map current country restrictions.

  Recommendations for travelers to Canada

Information about Canada
Population: 33,476,688 (2011)
Capital: Ottawa 883,391 inhab. (2011)
Official Languages: French - English
The national flag of Canada is Air Canda (AC).
Main cities: Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Victoria, Churchill


According to your nationality, before planning your trip, please check with the embassy or consulate of Canada in your country of residence, if you need Visa in order to enter the country. Make sure to have the health insurance required and the valid passport, as well.

In addition to passport and visa, if you plan to travel to Canada, whether for business or pleasure, we suggest to review the following information: International Airports - Airport Safety Rules - baggage allowance, size and weight restrictions - Most visited cities - Driving in Canada - Electricity - Time Zone - Business hours - National Holidays - Weights and Measures - Rules of Etiquette and Commercial Practices


Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Time Zone: (GMT from -3.5 to -8) Summer Time (GMT from -2.5 to -7)


Covid-19: Regulations for travel to Canada

International travel to Canada is permitted for vaccinated travelers. There are exceptions for unvaccinated citizens and those traveling for "essential reasons". You need to meet the requirements to ensure entry is allowed.

Exceptional travel

There are exemptions to border closure for essential reasons, such as travel for temporary foreign workers, international students, and compassionate reasons. Tourist travel is not allowed unless fully vaccinated. You can find a full list of exemptions at are revoked if another country has been visited in the previous 14 days that is considered to have a variant of the virus. The entry of travelers will be allowed. This does not apply to Canadian citizens or permanent residents who must follow further quarantine and testing requirements, regardless of vaccination status. The list of countries and more information can be found at -19-omicron-variant-of-concern.html

Other restrictions

When leaving Canada, travelers must present a valid certificate for full COVID-19 vaccination. There are limited exceptions, such as for emergency travel, more information can be found at - federally-regulated-transportation-employees-and-travelers.html

Vaccinations and travel rules for vaccinated people

Travelers who present a valid international certificate for full COVID-19 vaccination, using an approved vaccine, do not require an essential reason to enter and are exempt from quarantine requirements. Vaccinated travelers are still required to provide a pre-departure test and can be randomly selected to be screened upon arrival. Travelers should also have a proper quarantine plan for 14 days as a precaution, even when seeking full vaccination exemption. Proof of vaccination must be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app. Final dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to departure and supporting documentation must be in English, French, or with a certified translation. You can find more information at

It is mandatory to submit medical certificate / proof

Proof of a negative test result, taken within the previous 72 hours, must be provided upon departure. Instead, travelers can provide documentation of having recovered from COVID-19. This will require proof of a positive test result, taken at least 14 days prior to departure and no more than 180 days prior to departure. The negative molecular test result or recovery proof must be uploaded to the ArriveCAN app. More information on testing requirements, such as accepted test types, can be found at - venir-a-canadá? utm_campaign = gac-amc-covid-20-21 & utm_source = travel-covid_travel-restriction_flying_ & utm_medium = redirect & utm_content = es # haciendo la prueba

Test is done upon arrival

A molecular test will be administered on arrival and travelers will receive COVID-19 home sample collection kits to be taken on day 8 of the quarantine period. The kit contains information on how to collect, store, and ship the samples. Travelers can register for the test by reaching gac -amc-covid-20-21 & utm_source = travel-covid_travel-restrictions_flying_ & utm_medium = redirect & utm_content = en # register Travelers who can provide proof of a positive test result, taken at least 14 days prior to departure and no more than 180 days before, they are exempt from the Arriving test.

Additional documents required

The ArriveCAN app must be downloaded to submit proof of vaccination, negative test result, previous recovery, contact information, and quarantine plan. All necessary information must be sent at least 72 hours before arrival.

For more details Government of Canada